Here are the top 38 tourist attractions to see in Indore:

1. Lal Bagh Palace

Must visit 3.6 /5

2 km
from city center
1 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Resided by the rulers of the Holkar dynasty, the Lal Bagh Palace is class and grandeur personified. The palace is spread on a sprawling area of 28 acres and reflects the taste of the rulers of the Holkar dynasty.

2. Rajwada

4.2 /5 View 12+ photos

0 km
from city center
2 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Considered to be the most eminent tourist attraction in Indore, the majestic Rajwaada Palace's sheer grandeur and opulence is known the world over. A 200-years old 7-storey building, the palace has a well-laid garden with fountains and an artificial waterfall.

3. City Shopping

Must visit 3.5 /5

2 km
from city center
3 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Apart from the local sweets and snacks for which Indore is very famous, visitors can visit any of malls in Indore to buy all kinds of stuff. Indore also has a flourishing cloth market and is known for its Maheshwari and Chanderi sarees.

4. Kanch Mandir

Must visit 3.5 /5

1 km
from city center
4 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Made entirely out of glass, this Jain Temple exhibits exquisite artwork on glass panels depicting the various aspects of Jainism. The intricate detailing on the glass reflects the talent and dedication of the artists.

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5. Bada Ganpati

Must visit 3.5 /5

2 km
from city center
5 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

The biggest Ganpati statue in the world, Bada Ganpati measures eight metres in length. The statue is made of a peculiar mixture of limestone, jaggery, bricks and holy soil and water from the major pilgrim places in the country.

6. Annapurna temple, Indore

Must visit 3.5 /5

4 km
from city center
6 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

The Annapurna Temple, besides being a place for pilgrimages is also a tourist attraction. Dedicated to Goddess Annapurna, the deity of food the temple also houses the shrines of Sivan, Hanuman and Kalabhairava.

7. Chhappan Dukan

3.2 /5

3 km
from city center
7 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Chhappan Dukaan is one of Indore's choicest street food hubs that serve specials, chaat, idli and dosa with equal gusto. Chhappan Dukaan literally means fifty-six shops. At the time when it was established, 56 separate shops were started here, all selling food items. The evenings light the place up like nothing else with people consuming the delectable spread with enthusiasm.

8. Gommat Giri

3.2 /5

4 km
from city center
8 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

A set of jain temples built on the top of Gommatesher Hill, these Jain temples are 24 in number for each of the 24 Tirthankaras.

9. Chhatris

3.2 /5

0 km
from city center
9 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

The cremation places of the Holkars are known as the Chhatris. These are beautifully built and have intricately carved structures. There are some temples and other structures built around them as well.

10. Khajrana Temple

3.1 /5

5 km
from city center
10 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

The Khajrana Ganesh temple is one of the most powerful shrines of the Lord Ganesha. It was built by Rani Ahilyabai Holkar to safeguard the idol of Lord Ganesha from Aurangzeb. The temple has since grown from being housed in a small hut to a big temple with large inner and outer sanctums. Vinayak Chaturthi is celebrated in a big way in the temple.

11. Sarafa Bazaar

1 km
from city center
11 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

The lip-smacking flavours of the food stalls in Sarafa Bazaar are a testimony to Indore's legendary love affair with food. Entertaining over 3000 visitors every day, the Sarafa Bazaar houses stalls that sell vividly coloured artificial jewellery, brass ornaments and mouth-watering dishes of the diverse cuisine of Indore. There are more than 50 dishes available here at extremely low rates.

12. Rang Panchmi

3.2 /5

0 km
from city center
12 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

An extension of Holi called Rang Panchmi is a very famous festival in Indore and few tens of thousands of people gather in front of Rajwada and surrounding areas to get colored by the famous color cannon

13. Patalpani Waterfall

25 km
from city center
13 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Plummeting from a height of 300 meters, the Patalpani Waterfall is the most scenic photo stop in Indore. These roaring falls are enveloped by refreshing mist and dense verdure making them the favourite getaway picnic spot. The monsoons swell the falls and may make it risky for close encounters causing accidents. It is best to maintain cautious distance from the waterfall during the rains.

14. Pipliyapala Regional Park

5 km
from city center
14 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Spreading over an area of a whopping 122 acres and housing a ginormous 80-acre lake, the Pipliyapala Regional Park is an absolute treat for adults and children alike. Engage in some fun-filled activities like pedal-boating and motor-boating and witness the magical allure of the Mist and Musical Fountain, French Gardens, Labyrinths, Artist Village, etc. Be sure to try the savoury delicacies available at the Fast Food Zone.

15. ISKCON Indore

9 km
from city center
15 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Let the melodies of Shri Krishna' soothing hymns and let its vibrations heal you at ISKCON Indore. The mesmerizingly beautiful deities of Radha and Krishna are made purely from marble and invoke a sense of calm within you. The celebration of Janmashtami at ISKCON Indore is an occasion of pomp and splendour galore.

16. Indore White Church

3 km
from city center
16 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

A peek into the impact of British autonomy on Indore pre-independence, the Indore White Church is one of the most significant points of interest of the city. A testimony to awe-striking European architecture, the entire structure is made of milk white stone and marble. To witness the church in all its glory during Christmas, decorated from head to toe, is a sight for sore eyes.

17. Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary

10 km
from city center
17 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

The oldest sanctuary of Madhya Pradesh, the Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary packs a treat for wildlife and avifauna enthusiasts alike. The River Narmada, which is 150 million years older than River Ganga, graces the sanctuary with its presence. Home to deer, wild hare, tigers and an umpteen variety of birds, this sanctuary is nothing short of paradise.

18. Bijasen Tekri

6 km
from city center
18 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Perched upon the Tekri Hill, the Bijasen Tekri temple offers picturesque views of the entire city and the magnanimous hill ranges. The power of Mata here is so strong, that it is believed to bring back sight in the eyes of the blind! The infamous Navratri Mela held here sees a traffic of thousands of devotees and tourists each year.

19. Nehru Park, Indore

1 km
from city center
19 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

The Kamala Nehru Park, popularly known as Chidiya Ghar, is a zoological park on the outskirts of Indore that is home to exotic carnivores, awe-striking amphibians and vividly colourful avifauna. New addition to the family is a white tigress and her three cubs! You can enjoy buggy rides, pony rides, elephant rides and camel rides here too.

20. Kamla Nehru Prani Sangrahalay

3 km
from city center
20 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Home to the majestic Bengal Tigers and the awe-striking White Tigers, the Kamla Nehru Prani Sanghrahalay does a great deal at protecting and breeding these rare beautiful creatures. It also houses the humungous Himalayan Black Bears, Leopards and many endangered amphibians and avifauna. The zoo is soon going to be home to one of the largest reptiles of the planet - the anaconda.

21. Indore Museum

3 km
from city center
21 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Exhibiting artefacts dating as far back to the prehistoric era, as well as recent findings from the modern era, the Central Museum of Indore is a history buff's paradise. The museum also houses mythological carvings, coins from different ages, arms of various eras and sculptures dating back to the 11th century. Be sure to check the rare dried botanical creatures on display too!

22. Mohadi Falls

23 km
from city center
22 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

The breathtaking sight of water falling from a height is always thrilling, and Mohadi Waterfalls are just the perfect spot where you would take your family to visit for a picnic. Easily accessible, the Waterfall is located at a distance of 30 kms from Indore, it is an idyllic picnic spot if you are looking for a break from the monotony of life and want to be with your family.

23. Meghdoot Garden

5 km
from city center
23 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Meghdoot Gardens or Meghdoot Upavan is one of the oldest gardens of Indore, but its glory has only augmented with time. Luxuriously dense landscapes with different shades of green decorate the premises of the garden and make up the perfect environment to relax and rejuvenate. The park is dotted with beautiful misty fountains and also has a special children's play area.

24. Geeta Bhawan

3 km
from city center
24 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Geeta Bhawan is a religious shrine in Indore but is one of its kind. The shrine is in fact religiously neutral and welcomes people of all spiritual faiths to lighten their hearts. The pristine place houses pictures and idols of many different gods and is decorated with the paintings of the epic Puranas, Mahabharata and Ramayana.

25. Gandhi Hall

1 km
from city center
25 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

A testament of awe-striking Indo-Gothic architecture, the Gandhi Hall was named so after the passing of our great father of the nation - Mahatma Gandhi. Made of white marble and Seoni and red stones, the grandiose of this monument is simply majestic. The venue for huge public celebrations, the hall can accommodate more than 2000 people and also houses the city's famous watch tower.

26. Tincha Falls

20 km
from city center
26 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Located 25 kilometres from the bustling city of Indore, Tincha Falls are one of the most popular waterfalls in the region. The milky white cascade is located in the Tincha village, also where the falls derive their name from. The roaring plunge of water at a height of 300 feet is a rain fed waterfall and is primarily a monsoon destination.

27. Bamniya Kund

29 km
from city center
27 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Another stunning waterfall, located approximately 37 kms from Indore, Bamniya Kund is a three-tier charming wonder of nature - a campsite, a cascade and a waterfall. Enjoy a walk through the luscious green jungle to double your appetite to savour those freshly packed sandwiches for your picnic. In pleasant weather when the grey clouds loom above, spending time in the cool stream is the picture-perfect moment at this tourist spot.

28. Patalpani Waterfalls

25 km
from city center
28 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

The Patalpani Waterfall is located in the Mhow Tehsil of Indore district and is a popular picnic spot for the locals of the area. Surrounded by dense forest covers, majestic hills, clear skies and lush green landscapes Patalpani is perfect for anyone looking for a time out from their mundane schedules.

29. Dharampuri

82 km
from city center
29 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Dharampuri is a quaint little town filled with historical gems in the Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh set along the banks of river Narmada, was also said to be the birthplace and abode of Narmada’s daughter Roopmati who married the ruler of Mandu; Baz Bahadur. The town was established by the oldest Pandava; Yudhishthir and is rich in legends and folklores.

30. Choral Dam

35 km
from city center
30 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Located in the state of Madhya Pradesh, Choral Dam is a hidden gem that will definitely provide you with quietness and tranquility. Constructed around the backwaters of River Narmada, Choral Dam is replete with cool and clear water. A large number of lush green trees and small hills surround the place making it even more attractive. This place is full of jovial water activities that will interest young and old alike.

31. Janapav

35 km
from city center
31 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Nestled among similar hills of the Malwa region, Janapav, or Janapav Kuti, is the ideal getaway for lovers of nature and trekkers alike. If you’re looking to traverse through twisty bends in Central Indian forests while peacefully gazing over distant hills and the crimson sunset, then this hill station should be your destination.

32. Hanuwantiya

3 km
from city center
32 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Hanuwantiya is one of the island amongst the archipelago situated in the Indira Sagar river. This place is vibrant and colourful that will surely be a good break from the hustle bustle of the city life. Hanuwantiya island is full of scenic beauty and the cool water that surrounds this island is an added bonus.

33. Royal Museum

3 km
from city center
33 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Royal Museum of Indore is a tiny museum famous for housing a collection of thrones, photographs and weapons etc. Most of these artefacts belong to the 19th century which was under the rule of Serfoji II.

34. Kanha Museum

3 km
from city center
34 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Kanha Museum is a small museum in Indore especially dedicated to wild life, reptiles study etc. In addition to that, it also has artefacts related to the past and history of Indore.

35. Chhatri Bagh

0 km
from city center
35 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Located at Shree Nagar in Indore, Chhatri Bagh was originally a burial site for an ancient Holkar King which has now been turned into a popular park. The park has a lot of canopied aka chhatris which mark the burial site of a Holkar king or queen.

36. Chidiya Bhadak Fall

36 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Chidiya Bhadak Falls is one of the unexplored and secret gem of Indore. Enveloped in lush greenery, and rocky cliffs, the waterfalls is a mesmerizing sight to watch and is a picture worth capturing. The waterfall also offer good trekking and hiking opportunities.

37. Gidiya Khoh Waterfall

32 km
from city center
37 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Gidiya Khoh Waterfall is situated near Indore and is essentially a monsoon fed waterfall. Hence the most ideal time to visit the waterfall is during the rainy season to experience the gurgling rush of water in all its glory and splendour.

38. Jogi Bhadak Waterfall

48 km
from city center
38 out of 38
places to visit in Indore

Jogi Bhadak is a local waterfall situated in Dhal near Indore. It is one of the most charming and mesmerising waterfalls near the city. The waterfalls also provides various trekking and hiking opportunities and some adventure activities.

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