Here are the top 17 tourist attractions to see in Kota:

1. Seven Wonders Park

Must visit 3.3 /5

4 km
from city center
1 out of 17
places to visit in Kota

A newly opened park and now a premier attraction of Kota, this park has replicas of the Seven Wonders of The World including Taj Mahal, Pyramids of Egypt, Eiffel Tower, Brazil's Christ the Redeemer, Statue of Liberty and Rome's Colosseum.

2. Kishore Sagar and Jagmandir Palace

Must visit 3.3 /5

4 km
from city center
2 out of 17
places to visit in Kota

Kishore Sagar is an artificial picturesque lake dating back to 1346 constructed by the Bundi Prince Dehra Deh. It located by the side of attractive Brij Vilas palace museum.

3. Garadia Mahadev

17 km
from city center
3 out of 17
places to visit in Kota

Situated in Daulatganj near Kota, Garadiya Mahadev Temple is not just a revered Hindu temple but also a popular tourist spot because of its location at the scenic Chambal gorge. Perched at a height of 500 feet from the mean sea level on a picturesque cliff, the temple is enshrined by Hindu God Shiva. Boasting of immense scenic beauty, views of the virgin green plains sprawling all over and flanked by river Chambal on the side, the place is one of the most ideal picnic spots in the region. The presence of several peacocks and other avian species attract a lot of birdwatchers and photography buffs. Considered to be the best place to relax and unwind, the vantage point is surely a must- visit.

4. Kota Barrage

Must visit 3.3 /5

6 km
from city center
4 out of 17
places to visit in Kota

One of the most popular place among the locals, Kota Barrage is frequented for its peaceful evenings along the riverside. Kota Barrage is a dam built on Chambal River and is located quite close to the main city.

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5. Chambal Gardens

Must visit 3.3 /5

7 km
from city center
5 out of 17
places to visit in Kota

Chambal Garden, a beautiful garden in the backdrop of Chambal river, is a much sought picnic spot in Kota. The garden located at Amar Niwas on the landscape of Chambal river encloses a well maintained pond, a habitat for crocodiles.

6. Khade Ganesh Ji Temple

3.0 /5

12 km
from city center
6 out of 17
places to visit in Kota

Believed to be more than 600 years old idol, Khade Ganesh is one of the most important religious place in Kota.

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7. City Palace, Kota

3.0 /5

5 km
from city center
7 out of 17
places to visit in Kota

A confabulation of Mughal and Rajasthani architecture and art, the City Palace is a monument of the glorious royal past of the Kota city. City palace is a fantastic landmark in Kota attracting thousands of tourists every year.

8. Kaithoon

3.0 /5

15 km
from city center
8 out of 17
places to visit in Kota

Kaithoon is renowned for the specialized designer hand woven saris named as Kota Doria saris. These saris are hand woven with real gold threads. The textile weaving rules this place.

9. Godavari Dham Temple

8 km
from city center
9 out of 17
places to visit in Kota

Located in Dadabari in Kota, Godavari Dham Temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman and is based on the banks of river Chambal. The temple hosts a special morning and midnight aarti on Tuesdays and Saturdays which is attended by hundreds of pilgrims. Besides, the temple also houses idols of several other gods and goddesses including Lord Shiva, Bhairav, Ganpati etc.

10. Gaipernath Waterfall

7 km
from city center
10 out of 17
places to visit in Kota

Gaipernath Waterfall is situated near Kota city centre in Kota. It is a picturesque tourist spot popular for picnics, small treks, nature photography and the like. The ideal time to visit the waterfall is during monsoons when the rains refurbish the water reserves and you can experience the cascading falls in all its glory. You can also take a dip in the freshwater at the base.

11. Government Museum Kota

3 km
from city center
11 out of 17
places to visit in Kota

Housed in the premises of Brijvilas Palace near Kishore Sagar in Kota, Government Museum is a perfect depiction of the culture and history of Rajasthan. The museum is replete with artefacts, archaeological findings, documents, coins and other valuable exhibits. One of the most prominent exhibit is the statue brought from Baroli. Photography is prohibited.

12. Rao Madho Singh Museum

5 km
from city center
12 out of 17
places to visit in Kota

Housed in the premises of Old Palace of Kota, Rao Madho Singh Museum boasts of an incredible collection of rich artefacts and documents depicting the history and culture of Rajasthan. Silver figurines, terracotta figures, coins, sculptures and manuscripts attracts the students, historians and tourists alike. The museum sprawls over two storeys in several galleries.

13. Mathuradheesh Mandir

5 km
from city center
13 out of 17
places to visit in Kota

Mathuradheesh Mandir is a Vallabh sect temple in Rampura, Kota, believed to have been constructed by the Rajput Kings. The temple is enshrined by Mathuradheesh - an incarnation of Lord Krishna. It is also believed that Lord Vishnu took his eighth incarnation as Lord Krishna. The temple follows the rituals and customs of the Vaishnava culture.

14. Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary

0 km
from city center
14 out of 17
places to visit in Kota

Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary is situated around 56 kms away from Kota near Bundi. The sanctuary boasts of a rich wildlife and is home to asiatic elephant, sambar deer, elks etc among several other exotic animal and plant species. The sanctuary is mostly popular for wildlife safaris, treks and sightseeing. Initially it was used as a hunting ground by the Royal families.

15. Kansua Temple

8 km
from city center
15 out of 17
places to visit in Kota

Kansua Temple is one of the most ancient temples near Bundi in Kota which is enshrined by Lord Shiva. The temple houses a shivalinga which has four heads; it is believed that the shrine was constructed by the Pandavas when they visited Kota during their exile. The temple is built just right by River Chambal and is also known as Karneshwar Temple.

16. Shivpuri Dham

6 km
from city center
16 out of 17
places to visit in Kota

Shivpuri Dham is one the ancient most and unique temple in Kota. It has as many as 525 shivalingas at one place. The place is thronged by pilgrims and devotees all through the year; however, the busiest time of the year is Shivratri or Rasleela. Between the shivalingas, there is a huge statue of God Pashupati Nath.

17. Raniji Ki Baoli

34 km
from city center
17 out of 17
places to visit in Kota

Raniji Ki Baoli is an ancient baoli (stepwell) near Kota in Bundi. It was built by the Rajputs and boasts of a striking architecture. The baoli has a narrow gateway lined with four sturdy pillars and slender arched on the high roof. A flight of stairs descend into a part well, part temple and part palace with scarce water reserves. Raniji Ki Baoli is an important heritage monument of the city.

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