Umed Gardens were laid out by the King Umed Singh. These gardens spread over an area of 82 acres where tourists can see Ashoka trees, lawns, fountains, a library and a zoo. Tourists can enter these gardens through any of the five gates located at different directions. Attractive roses and seasonal flowers enhance the beauty of the garden.
Inaugurated by Viceroy Willingdon, the zoo houses lions, tigers, zebras, ostriches, emus, rabbits, pigeons, crocodiles, foxes, deer, and leopards. Tourists can see various African and Australian parrots in the aviary, constructed inside the garden in 1978.