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Anand Bhavan:

A large mansion built by Motilal Nehru, the famous political leader of India, in the 19th century, Anand Bhavan is the ancestral abode of the Nehru-Gandhi family. The site is of tremendous significance to the freedom struggle in India. The main Anand Bhavan building has been changed into a museum showcasing the memorabilia of the family.

Timings: 09:30 hrs to 17:00 hrs (except Mondays)


Khusro Bagh:

The Khusro Bagh is an important walled garden formed by Jahangir, the renowned Mughal Emperor, in memory of Khusro, his beloved son. Khusro had been slain at the hands of his brother, Shah Jahan. The tomb of the murdered prince is present within the garden premises. Shah Begum, his mother, was buried next to him. The garden is well-known for its mangoes and guavas.


Allahabad Fort:

Located on the northern side of the Yamuna River near Triveni, the Allahabad Fort is a grand fort with three awesome galleries enclosed by high towers. The fort had been established in the year 1583 by Mughal Emperor, Akbar. The best view of the riverside can be seen from the fort. Part of the fort is now used by the Indian Army. Within the fort, tourists can get a glimpse of the Saraswathi Koop, a well which is considered to be the point of origin of the invisible Saraswati River.


Asoka Pillar:

The Asoka Pillar which stands tall within the Allahabad Fort was constructed by Emperor Akbar. The pillar with a height of 10.6 m was erected using polished sandstone. The pillar, dating back to 232 BC, boasts of many edicts. Asoka, the important Mauryan king, issued orders to earth it. The inscriptions on the pillars highlight the victories of the Mauryan king, Samudragupta. The pillar also holds an inscription in Persian about the Mughal Emperor, Jahangir. Other contemporary kings also engraved on the pillar. Tourists require permission from the Commandant of the Ordinance Depot at the Allahabad Fort if they wish to visit the pillar.


Triveni Sangam:

Popularly known as Sangam, the site is the meeting point of the Ganga, Saraswathi and Yamuna Rivers. Tourists are greeted with a gorgeous view at the time of sunset and sunrise. The Kumbh Mela and Maha Mela are held on the banks of the Sangam. A dip in the waters is believed to wash away all sins.


Allahabad Museum:

Located near Chandra Shekar Azab park, the Allahabad Museum consists of 18 galleries dedicated to archaeology, natural history, art , sculptures and royal artifacts. The life story and personal belongings of Jawaharlal Nehru and several important artefacts in connection with the Indian freedom movement is also exhibited here. 

Timing:  10:30 am and 5 pm. Will not be open on Mondays and central government holidays.



The Allahabad Planetarium near Anandh Bawan holds five shows of celestial journey every day.