Welcome to Agra Club

Agra Club is the oldest and only social club of Agra, ideally located on Mall Road, Agra, near the renowned Sadar Bazar market. It provides a host of activities and experiences for your enjoyment and recreation in a healthy environment.

Agra Club Limited is a Company limited by guarantee registered under the Indian Companies Act 1913.

Members and Membership

Agra Club has the crème de la crème of Agra as its members, comprising of civilians, army and air force officers. New members are elected by ballot. The present membership strength is around 2000. Agra Club is affiliated to all the leading Clubs of India, as well as a few clubs in London and Dubai. The members can enjoy the benefits of affiliation when they visit other cities.

Club House

The Club boasts of an imperial and regal building built during British times and extensive lawns. The Club House has two Restaurants, Dance Hall, spacious Lounge, Bar, Party Halls, Indoor Badminton Court, two Tennis Courts, Library, Card Room, Swimming Pool and a Health Club with Gymnasium. There is also a nine hole Golf Course, located near the Circuit House, Agra, under management of the Club.

Club Facilities

Facilities are categorized as Food & Beverage, Gym, Golf Course,  Accommodation.

Foods & Beverage

The Club is having a multi cuisine restaurant and a bar.

Sports and Games

The Club has facilities for all games and sports.


A nine hole Golf Course is part of the Club.

Health Club & Gymnasium

The Club has a well equipped Gymnasium with all the latest machines.


The Club is having Air Conditioned Rooms with Colored TV.


Club regularly organises functions on all festivals and occasions.

Our History

In the year 1863, Mr A R Pollock, Collector Agra, asked one Rai Joti Prasad to build a Club House. Mr Prasad bought a piece of land for Rs 35,000/- which was cultivating pomegranates at that time. The land measuring 122 ¼ yards, on the east and 122 1/4 yards was bounded on the west from north to south and on the west by Drummond Road (now known as Taj Road). This land owned by Mr Joti Prasad was bought from him on a mortgage deed by one Mr. Nicholas Lewin in 1889 and later on was bought from Mrs Rosalic Lewin (widow of Mr Nichoas Lewin) by the committee of the Club. Later the cantonment boundary was extended by another 105 yards further south of the Club land.


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