Seshadri Iyer Memorial Hall is a famous tourist site known especially for the classic European construction which pushes it to the top in the list of places to visit in Bangalore. It was built in memory of K.Sheshadri Iyer who was Mysore state's Dewan for 18 long years from 1883. It was built by Lord Curzon who was the British viceroy in honor of sincerity and efficiency, Sri Sheshadri Iyer showed in his service as Dewan.
The building of Seshadri Iyer hall is situated in Cubban Park which is in the central administrative area of the city of Bangalore.
The building carved out in red with a beautiful rose garden in the frontage is envied for its artistic and lustful natural beauty. The site is also a reader's paradise as the building has a library with a vast collection of 2.65 lakh books ranging from the year 0830 – 1900. The library is closed on Mondays and is well known for its proficient collection also in Braille. On the remaining days, the library is open mostly from 08:30 am to 07:00 pm.
The legendary building occupies about 300 sq. km. The fact that enhances the beauty of the place is that the building is highlighted in red which stands amidst plush greenery. This stands among many facts which attract aesthetic voyagers to the place.