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Top Attractions


Gwalior Fort:

Gwalior Fort is a magnificently built monument which depicts the chronicles of several centuries and famous dynasties. It pays tribute to the martyrs of Indian history like Tantia Tope and Rani of Jhansi, who fought here. 

This gigantic medieval architecture is located on a hilly terrain and thereby offers a great view of the surroundings. It also houses many artistic wonders.

The crisscross pathway to the fort which is situated uphill is beautifully decorated with statues of Jain Theerthankaras. 


Tomb of Ghaus Mohammed:

The Tomb of Ghaus Mohammed, located in the town of Hazira is famous for its architecture. Tourists flock to the site to get a glimpse of this beautiful structure, especially the stone works. The place is visited by both Muslims and Hindus. The mausoleum is a Mughal style architecture with hexagon-shaped pillars and screens built with the pierced stone process.


Saas Bahu Temple:

This 9th Century twin temple structures attract many visitors due to its artistic beauty. Lord Vishnu is the presiding deity here. The two structures are not identical. But both are extensively designed with magnificent sculptures and carvings. The stunning carvings on its walls and roofs are not to be missed.


Data Bandi Gurudwara:

Situated within the premises of the Gwalior fort, the Gurudwara Data Bandi was erected in the memory of Guru Har Govind, the sixth Sikh guru. This impressive structure is constructed with marble stone and coloured glasses add to its splendour.


Jai Vilas Palace:

Jai Vilas Palace ranks high among the tourist destinations in Gwalior. It is a European style palace transformed into a museum. The palace is famous for its amazing architecture, a blend of Tuscan, Italian and Corinthian sensibilities. The entire palace is decked out with luxurious furniture from Versailles, France and Italy. A wide range of antiques dating back to the Scindia reign are on display here. The focus of attention is the two chandeliers from Belgium, weighing a few tons as well as some swords worn by the great Mughal Emperors- Shah Jahan and Aurungzeb.

Visiting Time: 10:00 hrs to 17:00 hrs (except Mondays)


Gujari Mahal Archaeological Museum:

The Gujari Mahal Archaeological Museum in Gwalior is for its unique and precious antiquities. The priceless crowns, jewels and stones showcased in the museum draw many tourists. The place also boasts of an extensive collection of sculptures that dates back to the 1st Century A.D. A highlight of the museum is the figure of Gyraspur Shalabhanjika.


Tighra Dam:

This ideal picnic spot is located on the fringes of Gwalior city. Boating here is a pleasant surprise in between your sight seeing trips.


Tomb of Tansen:

One of the nine jewels of Akbar’s court, Tansen was born in Gwalior. His tomb is visited by many tourists and is famous for its structural beauty.


Teli Ka Mandir:

Teli Ka Mandir located in the fort of Gwalior is a 100 feet tall structure. It is one of the oldest constructions in the fort complex. The temple is constructed with a superior artistic caliber and with influences of the Nagara and Aryan style. While the roof of the temple boasts of a distinctly Dravidian look, the figures are typical North Indian. Its interiors are adorned with images of coiled snakes, amorous couples, river deities and a soaring Garuda.


Suraj Kund:

Suraj Kund is part of the royal fort of Gwalior. The complex occupies an important part in history, dating back to the 15th century. According to the local myths, it is believed that the legendary Rajput leader Suraj Sen was cured of his chronic sickness after having some of the water from the pond here. The king, out of gratitude constructed the impregnable fort there. The pond is visited by many tourists because of its contribution to history as well as its expansiveness.


Man Mandir Palace:

The Man Mandir Palace plays a significant role in the history of India. The ambience of the site echoes the valour and grace of the bygone days. Though the palace has somewhat succumbed to the ravages of time, it has not lost its charm and elegance. Visiting the palace transports you back to the Medieval Age with its many stories of heroism, murder, love and success. The intricately designed tiles, stone walls, sprawling halls and the eye-catchingcarvings all around arrests the attention of visitors. The Jauhar Pond is historically important as it is here the Rajput women committed sati.


Sarod Ghar:

This Museum of Music was established in the old ancestral building of the legendary singer, Ustad Hafiz Ali Khan. It displays many ancient instruments used by the great Indian maestros of bygone days. The museum houses a large collection of photos and documents related to the history of Indian music. It is a must-visit for all lovers of music.


Padavali and Bateshwar:

The fortress of Padavali is well-known for its grand temple which exhibits classic Indian architecture. The temple portrays many episodes from mythology like the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu, Samudra Manthan saga and the marriage of Lord Ganesha. The image of Lord Shiva as dancing in a cemetery in his Preta form is very famous. The Bateshwar Valley has a mystic aura with many temple ruins spread amid lush greenery.