The Jubilee Park is situated in Sakchi, Jamshedpur in the state of Jharkhand. The park is located 2 kms away from the Golchakkar bus stand and can be travelled within 4 minutes via the NH118 and Subarnarekha Link Road. There are 2 major landmarks to the Jubilee Park in Jamshedpur. The Tata Steel Zoological Park and the Subarnarekha River.

The Jubilee Park is a nature oriented tourist destination that is common among nature lovers. It is a theme park that is operated by Tata Steel. It was opened for public usage in the month of August during the year 1958. August 1958 is the occasion of Jamshedpur's golden jubilee (which is also known as the 50th anniversary) since establishment. The park spreads for a total of 500 acres which is approximately 2 square kilometres. Tata Steel Company offered this park as a gift to the town of Tatanagar during its golden jubilee.

The speciality of this park is that it drew major inspiration from the Vrindavan gardens in Mysore. The visionary Jamsetji Tata’s status is shown off in this park. This park is often also known as the Mughal Gardens of Jamshedpur and hence has a lot of historical significance attached t its existence. The park is the epitome of colourful installations such as fountains, the Foliage Park, the Smriti Udyan and the Jayanti Sarovar. There is a recreational centre within the park premises that is known as the Nicco Park. This is that area of the Jubilee Park that chicken thoroughly enjoy themselves. There are various thrilling yet safe rides and games for them to pass valuable time.

There is no entrance fees that is collected from the visitors. Since this park is run by the Tata Steel, they have been generous by not charging additional visiting fees from the public. The park is open during timings 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM on all days of the week (including public holidays). Visitors typically spend 1. 5 hours in this park. Activities like jogging, meditation, recreation and cycling are highly demanding in this park. Do visit this park on the birth anniversary of Shri Jamsetji Tata in order to witness the light decorations.