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Top Tourist Attractions in Alwar

Alwar is one of the prominent tourist places to visit in Rajasthan. This small city historical remnants depicts the past glory and royalty of Rajputs. Once this city was ruled by Rajputs. That’s why here many forts and palaces showcase rich architectural culture and attractions. And the wildlife of Alwar is also the best part of its tourist attractions. Here you can see spot Bengal tigers in Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary. So, Know about the Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Alwar which you should not miss.

1. Bala Quila

Alwar Fort famously known as Bala Quila is a historic marvel of Alwar. This majestic fort lies on a hilltop extending to 5kms from north to south and 2kms from east to west. In Alwar, Bala Quila is the major tourist attraction due to its imposing architectural styles.

The 15 large towers, 8 bastions, and 51 small towers. And the 446 holes which were made for firing are the major attractions of this fort. This fort witnessed many invasions from Khanzadas to Jats. Even it stands with eternal beauty of marvelous architectural styles.

2. City Palace Alwar

City Palace in Alwar is an architectural marvel with marble pavilions settled at the foothills of Aravalli. The architectural styles of this palace reflect the perfect blend of Rajput and Mughal styles. The entry gates of this palace are the best-known for architectural styles and the gate names are Suraj Pol, Laxman Pol, Chand Pol, Andheri gate, and Kishan Pol.

Museum in this Palace is a great attraction for miniature paintings and some historic artifacts of the Palace. At present this Palace was home to government offices. But City Palace is a must-visit place in Alwar to get known about the rich heritage and culture of Alwar.

3. Bhangarh Fort

Bhangarh Fort, Asia’s the most haunted place. Simply, Bhangarh Fort is the best exhilarate place in Alwar. The rustic and ruined remnants of the Fort depicts the different haunting stories of this Fort. For thrillers, Bhangarh Fort is the best places to visit in Alwar.

But tourists are allowed between sunrise to sunset, means during daytime only. After light fails, this place is strictly prohibited. No one dares to visit this place during night times.

4. Siliserh Lake

Siliserh Lake is a wonderful artificial lake built by Maharaja Vinay Singh in the backdrop of Aravalli hills. Alwar’s the best serene and tranquil place for boating and fishing means Siliserh Lake is the best option. And moreover, settling of migratory birds during winters is another great attraction of this lake.

Apart from all attractions, the Palace on the foothill of the Lake is the major attraction of this place. This palace was a hunting lodge for royal kings during olden days. But now it was converted into a heritage hotel. For romantic seekers, this spot is an ideal place.

5. Moosi Maharani Ki Chhatri

Moosi Maharani Ki Chhatri is an elegant architectural cenotaph built by Maharaja Vinay Singh. This tomb is dedicated to Maharaja Bakhtawar Singh and his wife Rani Moosi. Rani Moosi followed “Sati” a ritual of Rajputs, means dying on husband’s pyre.

The perfect blend of Indo-Islamic architectural styles of this cenotaph with gold leaf paintings and sculptures on ceilings depicting mythological facts and court scenes are the magnificent attractions. And the garden around the cenotaph with varied flowers plants is another great attraction.

6. Government Museum

Government museum or Palace museum is a part of City Palace. This museum houses many historical things and artifacts of Mughals and Rajputs who ruled Alwar. Government museum is the must-visit place in Alwar to see the historic elements of Alwar.

This museum exhibits manuscripts of Persian and Sanskrit languages, miniature paintings, musical instruments, bidri work, inscriptions, sculptures, belongings of Royal families, armory, arts and crafts. For history buffs, Government museum is the desired place.

7. Sariska Tiger Reserve

Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is also one of the best places to see in Alwar. For adventurous seekers and wildlife lovers, Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is the best place to visit. The major attraction of this sanctuary is the Bengal Tigers, here you can easily spot a Bengal Tiger. And also this sanctuary is home to many endangered animals.

The wildlife attractions of Sariska are Jungle cat, Wild Dog, Sambar, Four-Horned Antelope, Chitel, Nilgai, and rare species of Owls etc. Apart from flora and fauna, here a number of olden days temples are also great attractions to see.

8. Vijay Mandir Palace

Vijay Mandir Palace is a great symbol of Rajasthan architectural styles in Alwar. This Palace was built by Maharaja Jai Singh very close to the near Vijay Sagar Lake. The 105 ornate rooms of this Palace are the major attractions. The architectural styles of this imposing Palace reflect the grandeur and royalty of Rajputs.

And the garden around the palace with numerous flower plants is another attractive thing of the Palace. A temple dedicated to Lord Rama and Sita in this Palace is also very famous. During Ram Navami, this temple will be filled with the huge crowd of people. The uniqueness of this Palace is if you observe the Palace looks like a ship floating on the lake.

9. Garbhaji Waterfalls

Garbhaji waterfall is an ideal place for adventure seekers and photographers. Located near to the Siliserh Lake, Garbhaji waterfalls is the best place to enjoy the natural attractions of Alwar. The chirping of birds and the greenery around the waterfalls rejuvenates mind and soul from stress.

For trekkers, this place is the best one for trek trails. Getting to the top of thewaterfalls through some rock stairs you can witness the Aravalli hills and valleys beauty. In Alwar, the best place for natural attractions means, undoubtedly it is Garbhaji falls.

10. Neemrana Fort

Neemrana Fort Palace in Alwar is an exquisite Palace with beautiful attractions around the fort and a floral garden. Now, this serene Palace Fort was converted into a heritage hotel. A day stay in this luxurious hotel is enough to experience the royal treat and wellness of erstwhile Rajputs.

What makes everyone to enjoy a stay in this luxurious heritage hotel are an Ayurvedic spa, two outdoor pools, indulge luxurious rooms and beautiful green gardens to enjoy the tranquility and serenity around the Fort. Zip-line activity at this fort is the major attraction for tourists and also try to visit Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary near the fort.

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