Top 9 Historical Places To Explore In Jhansi!

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Gopika VC

Not only one of the most famous museums in Uttar Pradesh, but also in the entire country. The museum was built in the 19th century.

Jhansi Museum


This architectural and historical masterpiece is 16 kilometers from Jhansi, Madhya Pradesh. Built-in 1501 by Bundela king Raja Rudra Pratap Singh.

Orchha Fort Complex


Barua Sagar is a tiny city with numerous beautiful small lakes and the ruins of ancient buildings and temples that were once the city's pride.

Barua Sagar


St. Jude's Shrine is a Latin Roman Catholic shrine dedicated to St. Jude Thaddeus. Located precisely in the Jhansi cantonment 

St. Jude’s Shrine


In the city of Jhansi, the renowned wildlife sanctuary is located between the banks of the rivers Betwa and Jamini.

Orchha Wildlife Sanctuary


The Parichha Dam is an artificial reservoir located in the city of Price on the Kanpur-Parichha route.

Parichha Dam


Bundelkhand is a mountainous region in the center of India. The area, famously known as the Bundelkhand circuit

Bundelkhand Circuit


The Jhansi Fort is situated at the top of the Biagra hill in Uttar Pradesh. It's a 17th-century architectural wonder that was heavily damaged during the First War of Independence.

Jhansi Fort


The Fort was constructed by Raja Udit Singh, an Orchha native, and is located on the shores of the beautiful Barua Sagar Lake.

Barua Sagar Fort