Jaipur Places Places To Visit

There are lots of attractions in the form of magnificent forts, palatial palaces, gorgeous gardens, historical monuments, heritage sites, terrific temple, lively local bazaar, etc. Tourists love to explore these astonishing places of Jaipur.

Nahargarh Fort


Gaze the paranomic view of the Jaipur city from the hilltop at the magnificent Nahargarh Fort is beautiful and enchanting. One can see the brightly lit Jaipur in all its splendid nighttime glory and charm! Nahargarh Fort, also known as the abode of tigers, lies in Aravallis 6 km away from the Jaipur.

Amer Fort

You just can’t miss out on experiencing the grandeur fort emerging out of jagged hillside and the magical charm of the Amber light & sound show! This soaring palace located on the outskirts of the city comes alive with the gorgeous, sparkling lights and the accompanying thunderous sound! Witnessing Jaipur’s true night magic is worth visiting.

City Palace


Located in the heart of Jaipur, the City Palace Museum was built by Raja Jai Singh II and is one of the best places to visit around Jaipur. A great brass gate welcomes you to the royal building. At this historical center, you will see the Sri Govind Dev Temple, the Chandra Mahal that showcases the Rajput school of Art, and the Diwan-e-Khas. In the Chandra Mahal, you can see the imperial garments worn by Emperors of Jaipur, and additionally, numerous crafted works and ancient rarities that belonged to the royal of the city that lived here.

Dolls Museum


The Dolls Museum in Jaipur brags of a glimmering cluster of dolls in all shapes, sizes and an assortment of ensembles as well. This dazzling spot was built in the year 1974 and mirrors the lifestyle of various states of India with dolls wearing the states’ conventional ensembles. Dolls from different state such as Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Assam, and Punjab can be seen here. These dolls look brilliant in their wedding finery and a treat to see.

Jal Mahal

Jal Mahal

Amidst the blue waters of Man Sagar lake this water palace looks like a shining gem! Decked up with glimmering, decorative lights from head to toe, the Jal Mahal looks magnificent during the night hours, and makes for a great sightseeing experience!

Birla Mandir


At the foot of Moti Doongri hills lies a beautiful temple of Laxmi-Narayan. Also known as Birla Mandir, it is a modern one built completely by white marbles to enhance the beauty of Jaipur. It was commissioned and built by the Indian industrialist family, Birlas in 1988. This artistic masterpiece has intricate carvings and the magnificent structure that augments the beauty of the Birla Temple. Also, don’t forget to try the freshly made spicy Pav bhaji loaded with butter at Pandit.

Hawa Mahal


The Hawa Mahal or the windy palace is famous for its little dome-shaped windows called ‘Jharokhas’. Visiting this place will leave you mesmerized as when witnessed during the night, the windows are lit up in multi-colored hues and psychedelic lights! The gorgeous lights and the admirable decor fill life into the royal red sandstone architecture!

Jantar Mantar


It is one of the most fascinating attractions of Jaipur. It consists of several astronomical instruments built-in stone. These instruments were used to measure time, predict eclipses and calculate several other astronomical events. It was built by Maharaja Jai Singh II.

Albert Hall Museum


Also known as Government Central Museum, it houses a fine collection of Rajasthan Art, including carved ivory, metalware, jewelry, pottery, textiles and paintings from various schools of Rajasthan Art.

Jaipur wax museum

Jaipur Wax Museum

Delve into the splendid display of Bollywood celebs and historic icons at this first-ever polished gallery. This Wax Museum, located in fort Nahargarh has some terrific and glorious life like figures you truly must not miss. The museum has around 20 to 30 eye-catching wax personalities that will leave you awestruck.

Ramgarh lake

Ramgarh Lake

Visit to this lake takes you on a romantic tour and gives you an opportunity to spend some special moments with your loved one. You can also enjoy activities like boating, fishing, and trekking. This place is good to visit to rejuvenate your senses with its elegant view.

Sisodia Rani Bagh

Sisodia Rani Bagh

This place is delimited by gardens with water a fountain exceptional which looks amazing. The refreshing greens of Sisodia Rani ka Bagh offer a great opportunity for an idyllic stroll. You can see murals portraying the love story of Radha-Krishna and many paintings featuring heroes from various battles on display.

Jawahar Kala Kendra

Jawahar Kala Kendra

Get ready for a culture dose when visiting Jawahar Kala Kendra. It is a cultural center where both classical and folk art forms come together and put up a spectacular show celebrating Jaipur heritage. Not just open theatre, many seminars, workshops, dance performances, music recitals, and book publications are held at this center. It also houses an auditorium, art display room, art studio, art galleries, museums, library hostel, and a cafeteria. When here, don’t forget to shop for the exclusive local handicrafts and paintings and have the aromatic coffee in the cafeteria.

Puppet show

Puppet Show

Puppet show is one of the most attractive things to do in Jaipur. Puppets are beautifully decorated in Rajasthani style. The puppet dance is done in a traditional way with background music and narration, which shows the history, myths, and legend. To add a touch of royal Rajasthan they use traditional musical instruments like ghungroo, Sarangi, and ektara.

Bhangarh trip


Infamous all over India for being the ‘Most haunted place in India’ because of the numerous ghostly experiences, the Bhangarh fort does attract hordes of tourists. It is well known as a cursed Fort having a haunted history. Despite the haunted stories and myths about the place, it is really very beautiful. If you are an adventure freak this place is a must visit in order to make your journey worthwhile. Just 83 km away from Jaipur, it is a good place to spend a day out with friends.

Jawahar Circle

Jawahar Circle, Asia’s biggest circular park built on a highway, is a charming sight at night. While exploring Jaipur don’t forget to take a walk at this beautiful and serene place. You will get drenched around in its sublime beauty when its fountains splurge out multi-colored lights.

Jaipur as a city and a tourist spot have a lot to offer in the name of sightseeing and photography. Replete with forts, palaces, monuments, bazaars, lakes and parks, the opportunities for sightseeing and photography are endless. It is considered as one of the best destinations for pre-wedding shoots and romantic tour with your beloved.

Central Park is another destination to visit in Jaipur. It has the country’s tallest day-and-night monumental national flag. You can enjoy bird watching and the chirping of birds with the calmness of nature as you walk 5 km long jogging trek. There are water fountains across it with lush green gardens to cheer your soul. It also a hi-tech nursery housed with a huge variety of flora and fauna.

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