Top Historical Places in Lonavala

Are you looking to explore the history of Lonavala through the ages? There are a number of historical destinations in Lonavala including the time-honored buildings, monuments, palaces, and parks where you can learn about the glorious past of Lonavala. The presence of these historical sites and museums will take you on a walk through Lonavala ‘s rich history.
If you are willing to have an in-depth historical information about Lonavala, 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 Lonavala for a great trip!

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

  1. Celebrity Wax Museum

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    Celebrity Wax Museum

    Museum, Observatory, Statue, Entertainment

    An attempt to recreate the Madame Tussauds in Lonavla, the celebrity waz museum is a brain child of Mr. Sunil Kandalloor. Having created was museums in couple of other places in India; the Celebrity wax museum at Lonavla is an interesting twist from the other natural attractions. Featuring international celebrities like Angelina Jolie and Bruce Lee, the museum mostly has wax statues of Indian c...Read more
  2. Karla Caves

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    Karla Caves

    Outdoors, Cave, View Point, Ancient Ruin

    One of the oldest reminisces of the Buddhist Empire; Karla caves enthral the visitors with its majestic appeal. You have to hike up to the caves and though it might seem tiresome, the reward is astonishing. The entrance is shaped like a horseshoe and paves way for the huge structure that lies within. The base structure of the main cave Chaitya is shaped like a water jar and the charming facade ...Read more
  3. Visapur Fort

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    Visapur Fort

    Temple, Outdoors, Cave, View Point

    Located near Lonavla, Visapur is a majestic fort at an elevation of 3556 feet above the sea level. Adorned with caves and reservoirs of water, the Visapur was a prominent fort of the Maratha Empire. The ruins of a large stone house can be still observed which operated as the home and palace of Peshwas. There is also a huge stone carving of Hanuman- a Hindu god and a patron deity. There are also...Read more
  4. Korigadh Fort

    Temple, Outdoors, Cave, View Point

    Located at a distance of around 20 kilometres from Lonavla, Korigadh fort is in close proximity to the Amby valley. Ideal for a one-day trek, Korigad lies at an altitude of 3050 feet from the sea level. Also known as Kumwarigad, the fort offers splendid views of the verdant valley and is a treat to the visitor’s eyes. The fort has a glorious past and was a part of the Maratha Empire until...Read more
  5. Tikona Fort

    Outdoors, View Point, Historical Site, Hill

    Also known as Vitandgad, this fort is set up on the pyramidal shaped Tikona hill at an elevation of 3500 feet above the sea level. The word ‘Tikona’ literally means Triangle in local language. Popular as a trekking destination, its twin fort Tung is also quite popular and can be visited along with Tikona fort. Having significance in the Maratha history, this fort dates back to circa...Read more
  6. Bedse Caves

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    Bedse Caves

    Outdoors, Cave, Village, View Point

    Ancient Buddhist monument situated in Maval Taluka, the Bedse caves date back to 2300 years. Believed to be built by Emperor Ashoka- the great emperor of Maurya dynasty that ruled the entire Indian sub-continent from 269 to 232 BC, the Bedse caves basically operated as a meditation place for Buddhist monks. Located at a distance of 15 kilometres from the Kamshet railway station, reaching the ca...Read more