Kanpur Zoological Park, commonly known as the Allen Forest Zoo, is the largest zoo in all of Northern India. It is located in Kanpur and spans 76.56 hectares.
Phool Bagh is a lovely urban park located on Mall Road in Kanpur. The park's original name was The Queen's Park, today also known as Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Udyan.
The Juggilal Kamlapat Temple, popularly known as the J.K. Temple, is one of the most well-known temples in Kanpur. It is located on the Govind Nagar road in Sarvodaya Nagar in Kanpur.
Architecture, bronze artefacts, antique musical instruments, and ivory sculptures are highlights. The museum's Zoological Gardens are well-designed. Botanical Garden has tropical trees.
Nana Rao Park, sometimes called Company Bagh, is a public garden on Mall Road. It was built in Nana Sahib's honor after Indian independence since he fought bravely in 1857.
The Ram Janki Mandir is a Hanuman-dedicated temple located on Subji Mandir Road in Barra.
The Kanpur Memorial Church, formerly known as All Soul's Cathedral, was built in 1875 to honour the British soldiers who perished at the Siege of Cawnpore in 1857.
The Kanpur Museum is a large hall-style structure with a lavishly adorned ceiling and a clock tower that was originally built as a European-style ballroom.
ISKCON Temple, also known as Sri Sri Radha Madhava Mandir, is a Lord Arjuna Hindu temple located in Kanpur's Bithoor area.
The Ganga Barrage, also known as the Lav Kush Barrage, crosses the magnificent Ganges and is a well-known city landmark. It is also known as Marine Drive in Kanpur.
Jajmau on the Ganga is 8 km from Kanpur. It has temples like the old Durga Mandir of Jajmau and Sufi saints' tombs.
The Japanese Garden, also known as the Japani Garden of Kanpur, is a stunningly landscaped attraction located about 4 km from the city center.
The Valmiki Ashram is located on a holy hilltop in Bitoor, Kanpur. This is the setting of the Ramayana, a classic Indian epic and Hindu mythology.