A quadrangular park with a lovely pavilion flanked by yellow coloured builds on three sides Kaiser Bagh, holds some of the most important places of interest of the locality. Built in between 1845-1850 it displays a cluster of cupolas and domes. This park is also called as Ceaser’s park, a name reminds of the reign of Wajid Ali Shah, a former king of Oudh.

The most alluring characteristic of the park is its entrance itself. A flight of extensive stairs leads to the main floor, which gives the impression of a bridge. A small temple is set in the middle of the so-called bridge presents a charming appearance. This imposing structure boasts of a unique architectural style, which can be considered as a blend of Gothic and Mugal style.