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Places to Visit in Gwalior

When you travel to Gwalior, you will love to visit popular tourist spots and enjoy the local culture. Amongst other Things to do in Gwalior, you can surely explore some of the best things to do in Gwalior to make your trip a fulfilling one. On a trip to Gwalior things to do can include exploring Gwalior attractions and visiting the places of interest.

Tansen’s Tomb

The city is the birthplace of noted musician Tansen, one of the nine gems of Akbar, whose ashes are buried here.

Vivsvaa Mandir

Inspired form Konark this Sun temple is a central place of pilgrimage in the city.

Kuno National Park

Home to interesting animal life outside Gwalior.

The Jivaji Rao Scindia Museum

This museum has such unique gadgets belonging to the Royal Family of Scindias. This museum also displays the world’s largest chandelier.

Jain rock cut

Jain remains excavated out of rocks on all sides, housing one of the tallest historical figures in Northern India.

Tomb of Rani Lakshmibai

The burial ground of the fighter queen of Jhansi, a martyr of the Sepoy Muitny.

Punjabi Castle

A coming together of the Indian society and its different streams of religious beliefs, this city has the following to offer in that genre in its tourism package.A meeting palace of the ‘Berehams’ - a group of learned followers of Lord ‘Mithun’.

Shyam Vatika

Banquet hall with world’s largest indoor mural.

Gujari Mahal

This citadel of love built inside the fort is dedicated to the romance of Raja Man Singh Tomar and his Gujjar queen Mrignayani.

Sas Bahu Temple

A shrine of Lord Vishnu here called ‘Shahastra Bahu’ is also situated in the fort.

Madhav National Park

Rich in hilly forests visited by likes of Emperor Akbar for its biodiversity.

The Gwalior Fort

The Gwalior Fort, founded by the Tomar Dynasty, carries the sobriquet ‘Gilbraltar of India’ which gives its architectural accuracy. The fort stands tall upon an enormous rock and it is enclosed by high walls inside. The walls are dotted with structures of different cultures, periods and dynasties. It has an exotic influence of China in their various art works.  The Chinese dragons that are drawn on its surface have been influenced from the Sino-Indian trade happening at the t

The Tansen Sangeet Samaroh

For the musically inclined Gwalior offers quality entertainment too in its holiday packages.Started in 1930 and continued till date in every December. This is a magnificent conglomeration of Indian and global music lovers and performers at the Tansen’s Tomb.

Gurudwara Dutta Bandi

Built inside the fort in memory of the Sixth Sikh Guru Govind Singh.

Jai Vilas Mahal

A residential palace of the Scindias turned into a museum of priceless mementos housing the largest chandelier in the world.

Gopachal Parvat

An exquisitely carved line of ‘Tirthankara’ effigies at the Gwalior fort.

Tighra dam

A nice aquatic outing just outside the city.

Museum of archaeological survey

This museum of Gwalior has a rich collection of antiques which tells us about the art and the lifestyle of India hundreds of years ago. Some of the sculptures which are exhibited here are said to be from the Gupta Period and are amazing pieces of art.

Teli Ka Mandir

The loftiest temple in the fort, derives its name from the ancient building been used for processing oil in the British period.

Chambal River Sanctuary

Hosting the arc formed by the Chambal extending between Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.

The Gwalior Fort

The Gwalior Fort, founded by the Tomar Dynasty, carries the sobriquet ‘Gilbraltar of India’ which gives its architectural accuracy. The fort stands tall upon an enormous rock and it is enclosed by high walls inside. The walls are dotted with structures of different cultures, periods and dynasties. It has an exotic influence of China in their various art works.  The Chinese dragons that are drawn on its surface have been influenced from the Sino-In

Sarod Ghar

A music museum in the ancestral home of Ustad Hafiz Ali Khan.

Trade fair

A memorable coming together of colourful India since 1909. Chanderi and Maheshswari fabrics are famous central Indian fabrics which are weaved here. These dress materials can be easily brought from this trade fair meets. 

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