Here are the top 24 tourist attractions to see in Ajmer:

1. Ajmer Sharif

Must visit 4.3 /5 View 20+ photos

1 km
from city center
1 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Dargah Sharif, the tomb of Moinuddin Chishti is one of the holiest places of worship in India not only for the muslims but for followers of every faith.Being the final resting place of the Gharib Nawaz Moin-ud-din Chisti, it has had an enormous contribution in spreading the ethical and spiritual values of Islam amongst masses.

2. Ana Sagar Lake

Must visit 4.2 /5 View 6+ photos

3 km
from city center
2 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Ana Sagar is an artificial lake constructed in 12th century AD by Anaji Chauhan, grandfather of the last independent Hindu king Prithvi Raj Chauhan. Spread over 13km, this lake features marble pavilions and gardens, which were added by Mughals later.

3. Adhai Din ka Jhopra

3.2 /5 View 19+ photos

2 km
from city center
3 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Adhai Din ka Jhopara is a Masjid built by Qutub-ud-Din-Aibak, first Sultan of Delhi in AD 1199.

4. Akbar's Palace and Museum

3.2 /5

1 km
from city center
4 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Akbar's palace, constructed in 1500AD as the place where he and his troops stayed in at Ajmer, lies in the centre of the town and is a major tourist magnet.

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5. Nareli Jain Temple

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6 km
from city center
5 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Nareli Jain temple, located on the outskirts of Ajmer, about 7km away, is a beautiful marble temple with angular and strikingly appealing designs.

6. Clock Tower, Ajmer

3.2 /5

1 km
from city center
6 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Clock Tower, situated at Church Road, Alwar, is a royal facade of the ancient Rajput reign which gives commanding view of the near by locality.

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7. Durga bagh gardens

3.2 /5

2 km
from city center
7 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Daulat Bagh is a charming garden on the banks of the majestic Ana Sagar Lake, The garden has a delightful background entitled Shimla, which was erected by Maharaja Mangal Singh.

8. Kishangarh City

3.2 /5

27 km
from city center
8 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Called as the marble city of India, Kishangarh city is a tourist spot in itself as the city is famous for it's art and culture, Bani Thani style of painting and the Kishangarh Fort.

9. Soniji Ki Nasiyan

3.2 /5

2 km
from city center
9 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Soniji Ki Nasiyan, so called the Red Temple, is a Jain temple dedicated to the first Jain Tirthankara.

10. Taragarh Fort, Bundi

3.2 /5

2 km
from city center
10 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

A rather ramshackle fort, with its overgrown vegetation, Taragarh Fort is one of the most famous places in Bundi, Rajasthan. Believed to be the first hill fort of Asia, Taragarh Fort is located on top of the Nagpahri Hill.

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11. Abdulla Khan's Tomb

3.2 /5

6 km
from city center
11 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

This splendid memoir was constructed by the two sons of Abdullah Khan and this simple yet elegant tomb is one of the major attractions of Ajmer due to it's historic importance.

12. Shopping in Ajmer

3.0 /5

3 km
from city center
12 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

The Mahila Mandi, as the name suggests, is meant for the women and is famous for traditional odnis, saris and fancy lehengas.

13. Roopangarh Fort

3.2 /5

43 km
from city center
13 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

A palace and former fortress in the town of Roopangarh, Roopangarh fort has imperial monument with grand exterior and vivacious interiors.

14. Prithviraj Smarak

6 km
from city center
14 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Located on the Taragarh Road in Ajmer, Prithviraj Smarak is a memorial dedicated to the fearless Rajput King- Prithviraj Chauhan. A small area with a massive statue of Prithviraj mounted on a black horse has been marked to pay homage to the great warrior. Besides, the Smarak is perched atop a hill and it offers panoramic views of the valley below.

15. Akbari Masjid

1 km
from city center
15 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Akbari Mosque is situated between Shahjahani Gate and Buland Darwaza on the Ander Kote Road, Ajmer. Made in red sandstones, the shrine is decorated with white and green marbles. Four tall minarets flank the entrance and accentuate the beauty of the mosque. As of now, the mosque also houses a Quranic Educational Institution to provide Islamic education to the kids.

16. Foy Sagar Lake

6 km
from city center
16 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Built in 1982 as part of a famine relief project by the English architect Mr. Foy, Lake Foy Sagar is an artificial lake situated on the Foy Sagar Garden Road in Ajmer. One of the popular tourist spots of the city, the lake resonates with peace and serenity and offers a 360 angle view of the neighbouring Aravalli peaks.

17. Mayo College Museum

2 km
from city center
17 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Housed in Jhalwar House, Mayo College Museum was ideated by Mr. T. N. Vyas and is considered the largest school museum in the world. Spread over 18 rooms in the campus, the entities of the repository have all been donated by old students, teachers, parents or the well-wishers.

18. Sai Baba Temple

3 km
from city center
18 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Spread over 5 beeghas, Sai Baba Temple is a beautiful temple constructed by Mr. Suresh K. Lal. Situated in Ajay Nagar, the temple was inaugurated in 1999.

19. Government Museum, Ajmer

1 km
from city center
19 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Housed in the premises of the ancient 16th century Akbarês Fort in Ajmer, Government Museum, also known as •Magazineê, boasts of a vast collection of historical artefacts, exhibits, sculptures, miniature paintings and the like. The museum has been divided into several sections- art, archaeology, armoury, crafts, history, miscellaneous etc.

20. Akbari Fort

1 km
from city center
20 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Akbari Fort & Museum is situated on the Museum Road in Naya Bazar, Ajmer. Boasting of striking architecture - a blend of Mughal and Rajputana styles, the fort was built by the emperor Akbar, it was once the residence of Prince Salim.

21. Fort Masuda

42 km
from city center
21 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Fort Masuda is situated 54 kms away from Ajmer in Masuda. The fort was originally built around 1595 AD but it deteriorated fast and was in ruins very soon after. It was later restored and renovated by Nar Singhji Mertia (1583–1623). The magnificent fort now stands tall and has multiple compartments like the Kaanch Mahal, Bada Mahal, Chandra Mahal etc.

22. Bijay Niwas Palace

60 km
from city center
22 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Bijay Niwas Palace was built by Rao Bijay Singh, almost a 100 years ago, at the same time when he founded Bijaynagar. The ancient fort has been now converted into a luxury heritage hotel with 20 rooms. Situated at 70 kms from Ajmer, the fort is frequented by the young and adults alike.

23. Sambhar Lake

70 km
from city center
23 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

Straddling over the districts of Nagaur and Jaipur, and bordering on the Ajmer district of Rajasthan, Sambhar Lake is the largest inland saltwater lake in India. Located at a distance of 80 kms from Jaipur and 64 kms from Ajmer, Sambhar Lake sprawls over 5700 sq. km. of catchment area. Boasting of an extremely extensive saline wetland, the lake is divided by a 5.1 kms long dam that also helps in the salt making process. Besides, the area attracts a lot of migratory birds that makes it one of the most popular tourist spots in the city. It is frequented by nature lovers, wanderers, birdwatchers, photography enthusiasts and all kinds of tourists.

24. Urs Festival

24 out of 24
places to visit in Ajmer

The famous Ajmer Sharif shrine in Rajasthan witnesses an annual Urs celebration on the death anniversary of the Sufi saint, Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti, popularly known as Khwaja Gharib Nawaz, the founder of Chishti Sufi order in the Indian Subcontinent. Thousands of devotees having backgrounds in all castes and religions, from India and abroad, visit the shrine of Moinuddin Chishti to pay homage to the saint during the Urs festival. The Khwaja Gharib Nawaz Dargah, located in Ajmer, fills with the fragrance of incense and sights of devotees paying respect to the saint’s grave by offering ceremonial chadars over it. The Candles are lit, prayers are made, and qawwalis are performed all night as parts of the six-day-long Urs festival. Celebrated in Rajab, the seventh month of the Islamic lunar calendar, the Urs festival is a major occasion for devotees to do ziyarat of the sacred shrine.

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