It is at the heart of the city, one of the most important parks and social living areas of Konya with its green areas and social fabric. Culture Park is also frequently visited by thousands of citizens every day. Culture Park, where thousands of vehicles pass through the rearranged street before it, presents a positive image of Konya to local and foreign visitors. The recently built Sarajevo Fountain also adds a pleasant mood and the section of Culture Park facing Alaeddin Hill is a project worthy of Konya with its beautiful view. The pool was overhauled, and the amphitheater was relocated to another point. The park has become more beautiful with its tea gardens and social areas. The Provincial Public Library, located opposite the Mevlana Museum, was also moved into this area and the park acquired a cultural center feature completely. Again, the interest of families increased with the restaurants and family tea gardens built in this area. Dede Garden is a garden belonging to the Foundation of the Seljuk Sultan, Alaeddin Keykûbâd I. It is to the northwest of the Alaeddin Hill. The madrasa, khanqah and mausoleum built by Tacu'l Vizier Ahmet in 1239 are here. The garden was gifted to the Mevlevi Lodge Sheikh Bostan Çelebi II. Later, the garden became the walking and recreation place of the Mevlevi dedes and started to be called 'Dede Garden'. Sema was performed here during the summer months. Sheikh Abdulvahid Çelebi (1858–1907) had a pavilion and a large pool built here. The surroundings of the Dede Garden have been turned into a fairground after the arrangements made. The first fair was opened here (1970). With its large pools, cute tea gardens, historical atmosphere, calm and serene air adorned with trees and grass, Dede Garden is like a shelter where modern people can find spiritual peace. The mansion in the Dede Garden was restored by the Konya Metropolitan Municipality in accordance with its original form and opened to public use.