Best Things To Do in Alwar, India

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PLACES TO SEE

  • Sariska Tiger Reserve  
  • Bhangarh Fort
  • Siliserh Palace and Lake
  • Bala Quila
  • City Palace
  • Alwar Museum
  • Cenotaph of Maharaja Bakhtawar Singh
  • Karni Mata Temple, Alwar
  • Jai Samand Lake, Alwar
  • Purjan Vihar, Alwar

Below we have a list of things to do in Alwar and the places where you want to spend the best moments of your trip. At the same time, the city offers you the best neighborhoods to explore and new foods to try.

This list should help you in deciding and prioritizing what you should plan on your Alwar getaway. Find a mix of must-see tourist spots, underrated local hangouts, and maybe even a few new experiences you can try out.

Make the most of your trip to Alwar with confidence.

Tourist Attractions in Alwar

Here is the list of things to do in Alwar and tourist attractions in city.

  1. Karni Mata Temple

    4.4 (346 Votes)
    Karni Mata Temple

    Religious Site, Temple

    Karni Mata is also known by the names of Ridhu Bai and Nari Bai by some locals. She was originally the wife of Kipoji Charan of the Sathika Village. She later told her husband that she was not being able to concentrate in matrimonial life. All this went unheard by her husband only before it was too serious and she decided to leave home. Karni Mata even arranged the marriage of her sister, Gulab...Read more
  2. Sariska Tiger Reserve

    4.3 (485 Votes)
    Sariska Tiger Reserve

    Outdoors, National Park, Wildlife Sanctuary , Park

    In the land surrounding the royal fort of Kankwadi, is situated the ‘Land of the Carnivores’. This is the same place that used to be the hunting estate of Raja Jai Singh II during the 16th century. Here stands the famous Sariska Tiger Reserve. Initially, it was declared a National Park in 1958 and later designated as a Tiger Reserve in 1979. It comes under the “Project Tiger&r...Read more
  3. Bhangarh Fort

    4.2 (374 Votes)
    Bhangarh Fort

    Historical Site, Fort

    Once, a beautiful town with palaces, markets, people and armies is now a ruined site. The Bhangarh Fort was built in the year 1573 as the residence of Madho Singh. He was the son of Raja Bhagwant Das and the younger brother of Man Singh I. After the decline of the Mughal Empire and the famine of 1783, the population of this place declined almost completely. This place is also known to be one of...Read more
  4. Siliserh Lake Palace

    Hotel, Waterfront, Historical Site, Palace

    The Siliserh Palace was a gift of love from Maharaja Vinay Singh of Alwar to his wife Rani Sila. It was built around 1845 and served as the residence of the Queen. The Lake reservoir was name Siliserh after the name of the Queen. The lake was built to supply water to the district of Alwar. The lake palace is now turned into a mesmerizing heritage hotel. It is the perfect place for visitors to A...Read more
  5. Jaisamand Lake

    4.2 (319 Votes)
    Jaisamand Lake

    Water Body, Waterfront, Historical Site, Lake

    Jaisamand Lake, also known as Dhebar was built by Maharana Jai Singh in 1685 while building a dam on the Gomti River. This was built for the purpose of accessing the waters of River Ruparel. The Jaisamand Lake is now the second largest artificial lake in Asia after the Aswan Lake in Egypt. After visiting the lake you will get an idea of how religious the Rajasthani kings were. There are a numbe...Read more
  6. Bala Quila

    Historical Site, Monument, Architecture , Fort

    The Bala Quila Fort is one of the oldest forts of Rajasthan. It was said to be built by Hasan Khan Mewati in 1550 AD. It is also said by some legends that the monument was built by the Nikumbh Rajputs in 928 AD. It later passed on to The Pathans, The Marathas, The Mughals, The Jats, The Kacchwaha Rajputs and at the end was captured by Maharao Raja Pratap Singh, the owner of Alwar in 1775 AD. Hi...Read more
  7. City Palace

    Historical Site, Palace, Architecture

    The City Palace or the Vinay Vilas Mahal in Alwar is the perfect example of a combination of Rajput and Mughal styles of architecture. This stunning monument was built by Maharaja Vinay Singh in 1793. It was the residence of the king. This palace is a two storey building which is now taken up by many Government offices set up on the ground floor and the Alwar Museum on the floor above. This pla...Read more
  8. Alwar Museum

    Art Museum, Museum, History Museum

    The Government Museum, located inside the City Palace of Alwar on its 1st floor was set up in 1940 by the then rulers of Alwar who contributed the entire collection of the museum, which included- 234 sculptures, 11 inscriptions, 9702 coins, 35 metal objects, 2565 paintings and manuscripts, 2270 arms and weapons and 1809 objects of local art, craft and old musical instruments. It reflects the hi...Read more
  9. Cenotaph Of Maharaja Bhaktawar Singh

    Historical Site, Memorial, Monument

    The cenotaph is a monument of love. It was built by Maharaja Vinay Singh, son of Maharaja Bhaktawar Singh in his father’s honor. This is also known as Moosi Rani ki Chhatri, named after one of the mistresses of Maharaja Bhaktawar Singh. Moosi Bai is said to have performed Sati by jumping into the pyre of her husband in this place only. After this incident, she was given the status of a Qu...Read more
  10. Purjan Vihar

    4.1 (151 Votes)
    Purjan Vihar

    Garden, Park, Landmark, Architecture

    Purjan Vihar is one of the landmark attractions of Alwar. It was initially known as The Company Gardens. Later, Maharaja Jai Singh changed its name to Purjan Vihar. The first stone was laid during the rule of Maharaja Shivdan Singh is 1868 and was at last completed into a large vaulted structure by Maharaja Mangal Singh. The structure was mainly built to prevent the strong sun rays from enterin...Read more
  11. Vinay Vilas Palace
    Also called city palace, the structure which is located close to the fort is also a beautiful example of Mughal and Rajasthani architecture and worth seeing.
  12. Moosi Maharani Ki Chhatri

    4.3 (113 Votes)
    Moosi Maharani Ki Chhatri

    Historical Site, Architecture

    Moosi Maharani ki Chhatri is a royal cenotaph (tomb) of Maharaja Bakhtawar Singh and his Queen Rani Moosi. This structure showcases typical Rajput architecture where Chhatris are considered the element of pride and honour. These chhatris are dome shaped pavilions that are elevated above the ground and resemble an umbrella. The buildings are built in beautiful red sandstone.
  13. Tija Coffee House
    Tija Coffee House is famous for its coffee and milk cake. This is the best place for winding down and relaxing after a long day. Both local and travelers frequent the coffee house for a relaxed eveing with friends and colleagues. This is a great spot in Alwar.
  14. Ashoka Theatre
    In a city not known for its vibrant nightlife, the theatre makes for an evening out entertainment. One can watch the productions from the theatre and enjoy a night out and about town. This is probably one of the best entertainment options one has in Alwar.
  15. Late Night Shopping In Alwar

    Entertainment

    Quirky bazaars and small shops full with home décor items, jewellery, handicrafts, souvenirs and many other goods create the super-exciting atmosphere at the late night shopping in Alwar markets. There is gluttony of choice of the items that are best in quality and reasonably priced. Hope Circus Market, Bazaa bazaar, Saraf Bazaar, Malalekhers Bazaar are the main shopping points you can c...Read more