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Top Attractions


Upper Lake: 

Upper Lake also known as Bada Talab one of the oldest man-made lakes in India is one of the most popular attractions in Bhopal. Built by Raja Bhoj in the 11th century, the Upper Lake serves as a major source of potable water for the residents of Bhopal. The lake also acts as a favorite hotspot for water sports enthusiasts offering various activities and sports adventures including boat rides and pedaling.


Lower Lake:  

Lower Lake also known as the Chota Talaab, is separated from the Upper Lake by an over-bridge and is a popular tourist attraction of Bhopal. Surrounded by splendid Kamala garden, the Lower Lake surrounded by majestic hills offers exciting trips by sail, paddle and motorboats making it an adventure tourist’s delight.


Laxmi Narayan Temple:

Laxmi Narayan temple also known as Birla Temple is one of the most important religious attractions In Bhopal. Located atop the Arera Hills, the temple is dedicated to the Vishnu and Goddess of Wealth, Lakshmi. The building of the temple is sandy-yellowish in color marked by magnificent archways making it one of the finest architectural temples in the city of Bhopal. The temple attracts a large number of devotees from across India.


Jama Masjid:  

Jama Masjid in an ancient mosque built during the period of Qudisiya Begum in 1837. The structure of the mosque has undergone renovation after India's independence and has added a small pond along with the ancient massive minarets adding to the charm of this wonderful religious shrine.  Though a small shrine, Jama Masjid occupies a remarkable place among the pilgrimage centers in Bhopal with devotees coming in large numbers to offers prayers especially on Fridays.


Bharat Bhawan:

Bharat Bhawan, the popular multi arts complex built in 1982 is a popular tourist attraction of Bhopal. The complex houses a museum, an art gallery, a workshop and was inaugurated by former prime minister of India, Smt. Indira Gandhi. Built as a centre stage for providing the very best of contemporary arts, Bharat Bhawan is a must-visit for art aficionados. Apart from a tribal museum, Bharat Bhavan has an art gallery housing exhibitions rare artifacts, ancient and modern artists and sculptors offering contemporary Indian art in all its glory.


Van Vihar National Park:

Vihar National Park situated in the heart of Bhopal city is a popular tourist hotspot offering wide variety of flora and fauna. A sort of a wide zoo, the Vihar National Park is spread in an area of 445 hectares offering a variety of animals including tigers and lions. With over 200 species of birds migrating to the park each year in winters, the park is also the abode of variety of butterflies and insects. Operated and maintained by the Forest Department of Madhya Pradesh, the park offers free entry to the park for schools, colleges and senior citizens while nominal fee is charged from tourists.


Taj-ul Masjid:  

Taj-ul-Masjid, named as the ‘The Crown of Mosques’ is one of the oldest monuments in Bhopal.  Constructed by Sultan Shah Jehan Begum in the late 1860's, the Masjid stands on 18-storey octagonal minarets with marble domes. Apart from being rich in architecture and spiritual quotient as a mosque, the masjid also functions as a religious school or madarsa during daytime. The majsid is also home to the annual three-day Ijtima congregation while attracting pilgrims all through the year.


Shaukat Mahal:

Shaukat Mahal is an ancient palace situated in the chowk area of Bhopal. The palace is an architectural marvel attracting a large number of tourists for its gothic architecture and style. Made with white alabaster, the walls of the palace are adorned with delicate floral patterns offering glimpses of French architecture. Shaukat Mahal once served as the palace of the Nawab of Bhopal but is now maintained by the Bhopal tourism department and is a photographer’s delight.


Sadar Manzil:  

Sadar Manzil which once served as the royal courtroom of the Nawabs is a popular tourist attraction of Bhopal. Although the brick-red edifice serves as the headquarters of Municipal Corporation of Bhopal, its architectural beauty makes it a popular tourist attraction.


Moti Masjid:

Moti Masjid also known as the Pearl Mosque is one of the most popular religious attractions of Bhopal. Constructed in 1860 by Sikander Jehan Begum of Bhopal, the mosque is built as a replica of the Jama Masjid of Delhi in brick red color and white marble facades. The well endowed minarets are still used for the call to prayer for the faithful followers of Islam.


Archaeological Museum:

Archaeological Museum also known as the Bhopal Museum is an art lover’s delight housing collection of sculptures brought from various parts of the state. The museum is open to the public from 10 am to 5 pm illustrates the rich heritage of Madhya Pradesh with precious artifacts, statues, paintings of various schools and copies of paintings from the Bagh caves.


Gohar Mahal:

Gohar Mahal located on the banks of the Upper Lake is a popular palace built by the first woman ruler of Bhopal. The palace holds a special interest to historians and architecture lovers as it offers a great insight into ancient Hindu and Mughul fusion. Constructed in 1820, the palace has sadly not been conserved properly and needs restoration. Even with the falling structures, the mahal attracts a large number of visitors and is one of the most photographed palaces of Bhopal.


National Museum of Mankind:  

National Museum of Mankind also popularly known as Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya is one of finest museums in Bhopal attracting huge tourists through the year. Spread over a vast area of 200 acres of land, the museum has a vivid collection of pre-historic painted rock shelters exhibits contemporary tribal cultures. The museum has open-air exhibitions, indoor galleries and periodical or temporary exhibitions with a Tribal Habitat showcasing life-size dwellings built by tribes. The museum also has a state of the art library which holds rare compilations of ethnographic specimens of tribal arts and culture making it a historian’s delight.


Bhimbetka Caves:  

Bhimbetka Caves located at a distance of 46 Kms from Bhopal are a popular tourist attraction. Named after Bhima, the powerful Pandava brothers of the Mahabharata, the caves were found by Dr. V.S Wakankar, the famous Indian archaeologists in the year 1958.The caves have an unbelievable collection of oldest prehistoric paintings from the Paleolithic age. The caves showcasing history of ancient India and human life across eras and ages is a popular tourist excursion.


Fish Aquarium:  

The Fish aquarium of Bhopal is a popular tourist attraction housing nearly 66 varieties of fishes including ornamental and fresh water fish. Spread across an area of one hectare, the aquarium is built in a fish-like structure holding multiple aquariums under one roof. The aquarium is a popualr tourist destination and attracts a huge local as well as travelers across the year.


Khatlapura Mandir:

Khatlapura Mandir is an ancient 150 year old temple located near the lower Lake in Bhopal. Devoted to Lord Rama, the temple is one of the most popular pilgrimage hotspots in the city attracting tourists and devotees from all over the state of Madhya Pradesh. The temple is also famous for its annual festival of Dol-Gyaras attracting huge crowds.