Gwalior Top 10 Historical Places To Visit!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Gwalior Fort is one of the most well-known heritage monuments. The fort's structure, architecture, nightly sound, and light spectacle tell about Madhya Pradesh's glory and adversity.

Gwalior Fort

The Jai Vilas Palace, which was designed by Michael Filose and constructed in 1874 by Maharaja Jayaji Rao Scindia, is a prime example of European architecture in India.

Jai Vilas Palace Museum

This Temple is located nearby the Gwalior Fort. Originally known as Sahastrabahu Temple, the name was changed to Sasbahu Temple.

Sasbahu Temple

Gujari Mahal, another ancient landmark in Gwalior, captivates visitors with its unparalleled splendour. The building's outside and internal architecture are both beautiful.

Gujari Mahal Museum

Tomb Of Tansen is one of Gwalior's historically significant and beautiful locations. The burial of Tansen is located within the Muhammad Ghaus Mausoleum in Gwalior.

Tomb Of Tansen

The Bateshwar Temples are a group of over 200 sandstone temples and one of Gwalior's most popular attractions.

Bateshwar Temples

Tighra Dam provides the opportunity to engage in a variety of boating activities, including speed boating, paddle boating, and Jalpari boating.

Tighra Dam

Gopachal Parvat has rock-cut Jain Tirthankara statues. Parshavanatha's 40-foot statue is the primary attraction here.

Gopachal Parvat Rock-Cut Sculptures

Patankar and Sarafa Bazars are two popular destinations in Gwalior that are frequented by both residents and tourists.

Patankar And Sarafa Bazaar

Madhya Pradesh's wildlife sanctuaries attract international wildlife enthusiasts.Madhav National Park, located in Shivpuri, Madhya Pradesh, is among the most well-known.

Madhav National Park