Places to Visit in Bharatpur


The attractions in & around Bharatpur reflect the cultural heritage and richness of Bharatpur - Rajasthan . These attractions are a pleasant treat for the eyes of those innumerable visitors who come from every corner of the world. The tourist spots in Bharatpur are highly protected areas, which are well-maintained by the local administrative body.

Places to See in Bharatpur



Bharatpur Government Museum

Bharatpur government Museum is one of the prime tourist attractions which pulls hundreds of crowd every year. This museum located within the precincts of Lohagarh fort possesses various archaic souvenirs and sculptures of rare quality. It preserves some of the most priceless resources of Bharatpur. These resources were discovered during the time when the old and archaic villages of Bharatpur buried under the grounds, were dug up. This museum is located amidst lush green surroundings. Read More.....

Lohagarh Fort

Lohagarh fort is one of the most popular attractions of the city. This fort is an enormous structure built out of iron in the 18th century. This invincible fort consists of three palaces namely the Mahal Khas, the Kishori Mahal and the Kothi Mahal. These mahals are exquisitely furnished and the walls are carved with intricate designs. Read More.....

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

Keoladeo Ghana National Park also known as Bharatpur bird sanctuary is one of the most well-known wildlife reserves in the world. There are a wide variety of migratory and water birds dwelling within the quietness of this park. Around 400 species of aquatic birds are found in the Keoladeo Ghana National Park. Visitors intending to visit this tourist spot can hire a boat and cruise the length and breadth of this park. Cycle rickshaws also provide excellent rides to the tourists who wish to roam around the entire park. Read More.....

Ganga Mandir in Bharatpur

Ganga mandir is another tourist attraction in Bharatpur that is famous for its brilliant architecture. This temple possesses the exquisite deity of Ganga Maharaj. Thousands of devotees come to visit this holy shrine every year. Read More.....



Last Updated on : September 3, 2013



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