Here are the top 5 tourist attractions to see in Jhunjhunu:

1. Rani Sati Temple

Must visit 3.4 /5

1 km
from city center
1 out of 5
places to visit in Jhunjhunu

Carrying the stories from the time of Mahabharata, this 400 years old temple situated in the hills of Jhunjhunu has an interesting story about its inception.

2. Haveli and forts

Must visit 3.4 /5

27 km
from city center
2 out of 5
places to visit in Jhunjhunu

There are a number of havelis and forts in Jhunjhunu, because of its history of bravery, the locals refer to it as the land of warriors. All these havelis and forts were built many years ago and have been maintained by either their owners or the state government.

3. Khetri Mahal

3.1 /5

40 km
from city center
3 out of 5
places to visit in Jhunjhunu

Popularly known as the Wind Palace, the foundation bricks of this palace were laid by Bhopal Singh, the founder of Khetri in 1770. Made of marble, this palace is another beautiful work of architecture.

4. Lohargal

3.0 /5

51 km
from city center
4 out of 5
places to visit in Jhunjhunu

Located aptly on the foothills of Aravali, this holy shrine of Hindus has a dense forest cover around it. It is known for its scenic beauty. It is said to be the birthplace oh Bhima, there is a holy water tank here.

5. Modi and Tiberwal Haveli

3.1 /5

0 km
from city center
5 out of 5
places to visit in Jhunjhunu

Both these havelis are situated in the main bazaar of Jhunjhunu. With the foundation bricks laid in the late 16th century, the haveli showcase brilliant architectural art and design.

FAQs on Jhunjhunu

How can I commute within Jhunjhunu?

Rickshaws, taxies and buses are available for commuting within the city.
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Can you suggest an itinerary for Jhunjhunu?

Day 1 - Reach Jhunjhunu, preferably by noon and take some rest. In the evening, you can go to the main market for a stroll, where you can purchase some local handicrafts, and precious souvenirs, which you can take back home as well.

Day 2 -
The 2nd day should be the ideal time for starting your trip through Jhunjhunu. You should begin ideally with Rani Sati Temple, which is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Jhunjhunu. Thence, you can proceed towards Khetri Palace, which is an astounding piece of architecture, modelled on the lines of the Great Wall of China, by Bhopal Singh of Khetri dynasty, in the 1770s.

Day 3 - This day can be reserved for a visit to the various Havelis and forts in Jhunjhunu, famous for their Fresco art. Thence, you can either turn back to your homes or proceed further to Lohargal, famous among Hindus as a pilgrimage site.
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