Top Attractions | Gwalior | India
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26°12′54″N 78°11′35″E
Map of Gwalior
  • Achaleshwar.
  • Chhatris of Scindia Dynasty.
Ghaus's Tomb
  • Ghaus's Tomb. The tomb of Great Gaus Mohammad. Located nearby is the tomb of Tansen.
  • Gopachal. The largest statue of Lord Parshvanath (seated on a lotus carved out of one stone) in the world)
  • Gragaj ke Hanumaan.
  • Gurudwara Data Bandi Chod.
  • 1 Gwallior Fort. Gwalior Fort (Q2487545) on Wikidata Gwalior Fort on Wikipedia
  • Gwalior Trade Fair. The biggest fair of Madhya Pradesh and a very colourful one. It begins in the second week of January and continues until February.
  • The Gwalior Museum.
  • Gwalior Zoo. This is one of many of the beautiful zoological parks of Madhya Pradesh. This park includes a white tiger, golden pheasants, sambhar, bison, and many other animals.
  • Italian Garden.
Jai Vilas Palace
  • 2 Jai Vilas Palace. A former residential palace turned museum of Scindias. Contains the world's largest chandelier as well as many diverse collections of antiques and gadgets. ₹140 for Indian cititzens, ₹800 for foreigners +₹100 for camera. Jai Vilas Mahal (Q6123487) on Wikidata Jai Vilas Mahal on Wikipedia
  • Kheda Pati.
  • Koteshwar.
  • Mandre Ki Mata.
  • 3 Moti Mahal.
  • Phool Bagh and Ambedkar Park.
  • Sai Baba Temple.
  • Samadhi of Rani Laxmi Bai.
Sun Temple
  • Sun Temple (Surya Mandir).
  • Tansen's Samadhi.
  • 4 Tighra Dam. A great place for an outing, boating and other water facilities are available. Tigra Dam (Q2432953) on Wikidata Tigra Dam on Wikipedia
  • Vaisno Devi Temple.

There also many smaller temples located in Gwalior to visit.


Garhi Padavali (About 40 km from Gwalior). A very ornate 10th-century Hindu temple, probably dedicated to Shiva, of which only the Mukhamandapa remains, with exquisite sculpture from ceiling to floor. The Jath Ranas of Gohad later built a fort surrounding the temple in the 19th century.