As one of Vadodara's most popular attractions, this temple offers food and lodging to visitors.
The Gaekwads' vacation home, Makarpura Palace, was built. Built in 1870 with Italian architecture
The Science Museum and Victoria and Albert Museum inspired the Vadodara Museum & Picture Gallery. Geology, archaeology, and natural history items abound.
Army architecture describes this temple. This temple's aluminium building is surrounded by a garden with 106 6th–16th-century figures.
This beautiful palace is a must-see when you're in Vadodara. It's best known as a large private home that's 4 times the size of Buckingham Palace.
Laxmi Vilas Palace's Maharaja Fateh Singh Museum stands out. Raja Ravi Verma, Raphael, Titian, and Murillo's works are shown in the spectacular building.
Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III was so powerful and affluent that he built a monument for his family's cremation. The Temple of Fame commemorated his 50 years in power.
Boating on starry nights may be a relaxing family activity. This lake, built on stone banks in the 18th century, stays full year-round.
This building's main structure blends Indian and Byzantine architectural styles. Tourists love the university's green campus and attractive design.
The Khanderao market is a popular place for both new and experienced street photographers because it has stalls selling a wide range of fresh food and flowers.
The original graves lie in an underground cavity, while the replicas are in the tomb. This Mughal architecture has extravagant arches and octagonal podiums.
Jambughoda Wildlife Sanctuary, with its wide range of mammalian species, is a great place for a family picnic.
It's a dome theatre that shows videos about space and the night sky. The Planetarium offers Gujarati, Hindi, and English space shows.