Places To Visit In Muzaffarpur

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1. Litchi Gardens

Litchi Gardens

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Places To Visit in Muzaffarpur

Muzaffarpur is one of the leaders in the production of Lychee and is famous for its lychee gardens. The district of Muzaffarpur produces a combined 3 lakh tonnes of Lychee every year. One can get the taste of some delicious garden fresh Lychees here in May & June. This is the time when the Lychees are ripe and in perfect taste. The most sought-after destinations among the tourists are the Mushahari, Jhapaha and the Bochaha Gardens. It is recommended to visit the gardens during the cultivation which happens in May & June as the cultivation period has a festive vibe in the gardens.

2. Garib Sthan Mandir

Garib Sthan Mandir

2 km
from city center
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Places To Visit in Muzaffarpur

One of the centres of attraction of Muzaffarpur is Baba Garibnath Temple which resides in the heart of the city. The temple is home to the Shivling of Lord Shiva as Baba Gareebnath. Legend has it that the Shivaling was acquired from the Peepal Tree where the Temple now stands. The man who cut down the tree witnessed blood oozing out of the tree, revealing the Shivling which compelled him to build the shrine that now attracts a large number of devotees. Baba Gareebnath Temple is especially crowded during the holy month of Shravan.

3. Jubba Sahni Park

Jubba Sahni Park

2 km
from city center
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Places To Visit in Muzaffarpur

Jubba Sahni Park is a children's park located in the Mithanpura area of Muzaffarpur. The Park was named after the freedom fighter Jubba Sahni as a tribute. It is nothing different than any other parks but is a favourite among the locals and tourists equally.

4. Khudiram Bose Memorial

Khudiram Bose Memorial

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Places To Visit in Muzaffarpur

Khudiram Bose Memorial was raised as a tribute to the 18-year-old Freedom Fighter Khudiram Bose. Bose was executed along with Prafool Chaki in 1908 for throwing a bomb at Kingsford who was at the time the British session judge of Muzaffarpur. This historical location is visited by numerous tourists who are fascinated by the story of the young fighter who was sent to martyrdom with a smile on his face.

5. Ramchandra Shahi Museum

Ramchandra Shahi Museum

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Places To Visit in Muzaffarpur

Ramchandra Shahi Museum is a must visit place for all the history buffs. The Museum was constructed in 1979 in the vicinity of Jubba Sahni Park and holds exhibits of ancient utensils, artifacts and intricate statues like the Manasa Nag and Ashtadikpal. Each article is a unique attraction to the visitors.

6. Devi Mandir

Devi Mandir

277 km
from city center
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Places To Visit in Muzaffarpur

The Devi Mandir in Muzaffarpur, Bihar, is considered a very holy temple, dedicated to Goddess Durga. The temple is one of the 51 Shaktipeeth, small shrines and big temples dedicated to Goddess Shakti in all her forms. The temple is actually called Maa Raj Rajeshwari Mandir, which is the form of Durga with 18 hands.

7. Motijheel


0 km
from city center
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Places To Visit in Muzaffarpur

Motijheel is the main market of the city of Muzaffarpur, Bihar. You can find all kinds of things at this market, from clothes, shoes, accessories, books, jewellery, home products, street food and restaurants and whatnot, at very reasonable prices The market is called the heart of Muzaffarour.

8. The Grand Mall

The Grand Mall

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Places To Visit in Muzaffarpur

The Grand Mall is a large shopping mall located in Mohammadpur Kazi, Mithanpura, Muzaffarpur. The mall consists of shops and novelty stores dedicated to fashion, accessories, beauty and household products. It has a state of the art theatre, with 3D facilities.

9. Vaishali Bakery

Vaishali Bakery

31 km
from city center
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Places To Visit in Muzaffarpur

This is a large confectionery and restaurant franchise in Muzaffarpur, with cafes and bakeries of the same name. It is located on Chakkar Chowk in Muzaffarpur. One can get freshly baked bread, pastries, fast food, handmade cookies and savoury snacks at very reasonable prices, with almost everything under ₹150.

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FAQs on Muzaffarpur

Can you suggest an itinerary for Muzaffarpur?

All The attractions in Muzaffarpur are pretty close to each other making it convenient for travellers to visit and explore every one of them. The Lychee Gardens, however, require half a day for a complete experience of nature’s bliss, so plan accordingly.

How can I commute within Muzaffarpur?

Autorickshaws are the most convenient as well as the most common way of local transport. The regional transport authority also runs a bus network that connects various parts of the city and happens to be a cheaper way of transportation. Car rentals can be a more feasible and comfortable way to commute during the period of stay. Taxis are also available for a more comfortable local commute.

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What are the top sightseeing places in Muzaffarpur?

The top sightseeing places in Muzaffarpur are Litchi Gardens, Garib Sthan Mandir, Jubba Sahni Park, Khudiram Bose Memorial, Ramchandra Shahi Museum, Devi Mandir.
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