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Sheetla Mata Temple:

The Sheetla Mata Temple also known as the Masani Mandir is a very famous Hindu shrine in Gurgaon. The temple is dedicated to the Hindu deity Mata Sheetla Devi and is one of the 52 Shakti Peeths. Goddess Sheetla Devi protects children from small pox and women from all walks of life visit the temple to seek the blessings of the Goddess for their children. A huge festival is organized every year in the Hindu month of Chaitra corresponding with the months of March and April.


Damdama Lake:

Damdama Lake, located in the foothills of the Aravali Mountains is around 20 km south of Gurgaon is a popular picnic destination. Damdama Lake is one of the biggest natural lakes in Haryana spread over an area of 3000 acres. Tourists visiting Damdama Lake can avail a number of adventurous activities including boating, hot air ballooning, parasailing, kayaking and fishing.


Museum of Folk and Tribal Art: 

Museum of Folk and Tribal Art founded by famous sculptor and historian K.C. Aryan is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Gurgaon. The museum houses age old religious artifacts, terracotta art objects, and embroidered works of Himachal Pradesh while lithographs from Punjab and shawls from the Swat Valley attract a number of historians and travel enthusiasts. One of the biggest attractions of the museum is the 200 Shiva Heads from South India.


Sheesh Mahal:  

Sheesh Mahal, a rectangular double-storied palace built by Fauzdar Khan in 1733AD is a historic attraction of Gurgaon. Located at a distance of 21 kms from Gurgaon city center, the Sheesh Mahal is decorated with beautiful mirror work. One of the major attractions of this building is the jail, which was used as a torture chamber in ancient times.



The sulphur springs located at Sohna are a widely visited tourist attraction in Gurgaon. Built around 14th century, the Sohna sulphur springs is located at the foot of a perpendicular rock. Average temperature of the spring water ranges from 46° Celsius to 52° Celsius and the water is believed to have medicinal properties eradicating quite a number of diseases. The springs attract religious tourists especially at times of solar, lunar eclipses and Somvati Amavasya with devotees taking religious bath in the miraculous spring water.


Kingdom of Dreams:

Kingdom of Dreams is one of the most popular live entertainment and leisure hotspots of Gurgaon. Underlining the Indian heritage and culture along with the streaks of Modern day India, Kingdom of dreams is located in a 6 acre complex. There is a cultural quarter and a food court called the Culture Gully. The entire vicinity is illuminated in the night and the enormous and wonderfully constructed theatres and lawns are so compelling that guests spend hours admiring the beauty and affluence of the place. Showshaa Theatre is another popular part of the Kingdom of Dream hosting stand-up routines and interactive theatre activity.


Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary:

Sultanpur Lake Bird Sanctuary is a haven for bird lovers and birdwatchers. Located at a distance of 10 Kms from Gurgaon city center, the Sultanpur Lake Bird Sanctuary is inhabited by over 250 species of birds. Within the sanctuary, there is a room dedicated to India's most famous bird watching expert Dr. Salim Ali. This sanctuary is also home to spotbill, painted stork, black-headed Ibis and many other rare species.  Several migratory bird species like Siberian crane, yellow wagtail make this Sanctuary their home away from the harsh winter of the North Pole region.


Fun 'n' Food Village:  

Fun 'n' Food Village is a popular amusement park and picnic hotspot located on the Old Delhi-Gurgaon Highway. The village has a number of water rides and slides including a state of the art wave pool which is very popular with children as well as young adults. The park generates a lot of tourist activity in the summer months. A snow park built on an area of 2500 square meters is one of its kinds offering people the joys of experiencing snowfall in the Gurgaon harsh summer months.


Aliwardi Masjid:

Aliwardi Masjid located in Aliwardi village is located at a distance of 2 Kms from Gurgaon. This mosque was built by Nawab Aliwardi Khan and attarcts a large number of tourists due to its rich architecture. Believed to have been built 200 years ago, the Aliwardi Masjid also has a tomb of Aliwardi Khan next to the masjid complex built with exotic redstone.


Pataudi Palace:  

Pataudi Palace is a famous tourist destination located at a distance of 35 Kms from Gurgaon city center. The palace which was once the residence of the Indian cricketing legend, Nawab Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi has now been converted into a heritage hotel. The entrance hall of the hotel is adorned with images of the cricketing days of tiger as Mansur Ali Khan was popularly known in cricketing circles. Built over a vast stretch of land of over 101171 square meters, the Patudai Palace has mesmerizing gardens and fountains and old and exotic furniture giving a glimpse of the live of the erstwhile royal family of Patudai.


Wet n Wild:

Wet ‘n' Wild is a popular water resort located in Gurgaon city. The resort holds the distinction of being the first water resort of Northern India has attracts a large number of tourists especially in the summer season. Apart from exotic water slides and swimming arenas the resort has a number of recreational activities for the visitors including a discotheque and a bowling alley. The resort also has huge ballrooms and banquet halls catering to various corporate and social events like marriages and functions.


Leisure Valley:

Leisure Valley Park is a popular tourist attraction in Gurgaon offering lush green open spaces with Jogging tracks and fountains. The park is a welcome addition amid the concrete high rise buildings of Gurgaon and is a popular picnic hotspot. The fountains are well adorned with lamps and bulbs that make the park a picturesque sight in the evenings. Soft musical numbers are often played making the whole experience of visiting the Leisure valley park a magical one.


Qutub Khan's Tomb:  

Qutub Khan’s Tomb is an important tourist attraction located at a distance of 2 Kms from old Gurgaon village. The tomb made of red sandstone is almost in ruins due to lack of interest shown by the local authorities. The tomb built in the early 18th century is known for its medieval architecture and is currently being restored to its original form under the watchful eyes of Archeological survey of India.


Sai Dham:

The Sai Dham, dedicated to Shri Sai Baba is a famous religious spot in Gurgaon. Thousands of Sai devotees come here especially on Thursdays when special prayers and offerings are held.


Aliwardi Masjid:

Aliwardi masjid is one of the oldest shrines in Gurgaon Built with red stone, it is an artistic marvel.