Top Historical Places in Jammu

Are you looking to explore the history of Jammu through the ages? There are a number of historical destinations in Jammu including the time-honored buildings, monuments, palaces, and parks where you can learn about the glorious past of Jammu. The presence of these historical sites and museums will take you on a walk through Jammu ‘s rich history.
If you are willing to have an in-depth historical information about Jammu, we recommend that you take a wonderful guided tour to cover the major historical attractions. Also, check the opening and closing time for each so that you can organize your time. Make sure that you go through the complete list of historical places in Jammu for a great trip!

Let's witness the history of Jammu with these top historical places - monuments and landmarks:

  1. Charar-e-sharief

    Mosque, Religious Site, Temple, Historical Site

    A shrine that is revered by Hindu and Muslims, Charar-e-sharief is the town of the mystical saint Sheikh Nooruddin. Painted by various dramatic colours of suffering and miracles, the Sheikh wanted this town to be a model that lived on moral values. It is must that you visit Charar-e-sharief to experience the composite culture of Jammu and Kashmir. Saint Noorudin was born as NundReshi or Sahzana...Read more
  2. Bahu Fort And Gardens

    Religious Site, Garden, View Point, Historical Site

    Bahu fort is a quiet place if you want to spend some time away, in the nature. Beautiful gardens coupled with a remarkable 3000 years old fort are definitely worth visiting, aren’t they? The fort is said to be built by Raja Bahulochan and was retouched by Dogra rulers in the 19th century. The fort is also visited by religious people in the city as it houses a shrine dedicated to Goddess K...Read more
  3. Hari Parbat Fort

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    Hari Parbat Fort

    Mosque, Religious Site, Temple, Gurudwara

    Hari Parbat is a historically very significant monument situated on the banks of Dal Lake in Srinagar. The presence of a Temple, A Gurudwara and a Mosque make this beautiful fort a unique destination. Mughal emperor Akbar dreamt of a new capital Nager Nagor inside the fort on this site. Although his project remained incomplete, a fort was later built by Shuja Shah Durani in 1808. Many legends a...Read more
  4. Martand Sun Temple

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    Martand Sun Temple

    Art And Culture, Religious Site, Temple, View Point

    The interesting remains of the 8th century Martand sun temple showcase what is left of the finest works of King Lalithyaditya. Even after its glory has faded, the sun temple remains a widely visited site for its magnificent architectural work. The sun temple was constructed by King Lalitaditya Muktapida of the Karkota dynasty in 8th century AD. It is dedicated to the Surya, the sun god of Hindu...Read more
  5. Mubarak Mandi Palace

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    Mubarak Mandi Palace

    Art Museum, Museum, Historical Site, Palace

    The oldest building in Jammu, Mubarak Mandi Palace is a magnificent building that served as the Palace of the Dogra rulers. This strong, sturdy building which has seen a lot of fires and earthquakes still remains mostly intact and doesn’t let go of its old charm. Built in the Rajasthani, European baroque and Mughal styles of architecture the Palace dates back to 1824. Darbar Hall Complex,...Read more
  6. Raghunath Bazaar

    Historical Site, Street Market, Shopping Center, Lake

    Raghunath bazaar, the main tourist market in Jammu is named after the famous Raghunath temple that sits on the same road. Offering an array of Kashmiri authentic handicrafts, the mouth watering dry fruits of the region and the Kashmiri silk, Raghunath Bazaar is the ultimate shopping destination in the city. Another attraction that compels tourists to visit this destination is the Raghunath temp...Read more
  7. Hari Market

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    Hari Market

    Outdoors, Walking Area, Historical Site, Market

    Famous for delicious Barfis and dry fruits, one cannot return home from Jammu without buying sweets from the Hari that is bustling with sweet lovers. The market is named after the last ruler of Jammu and Kashmir, Maharaja Hari Singh. Maharaja Hari Singh was a leader that cared for the city and was instrumental in merging Jammu and Kashmir in the Indian nation. This Dogra leader is remembered fo...Read more