In the present time, except for Shivaji's samadhi, his coronation site and the Shiva temple, all the parts of the Raigad Fort are in ruins. The ruins of the fort today consist of the queen's quarters which includes six chambers, with each chamber having one restroom. The main palace was constructed using wood, out of which only the bases of the pillars remain now. There are ruins of the watchtowers, the citadel and the durbar hall which attract the visitors.
The magnificent fort has the Ganga Sagar Lake flowing right in front of it. There is also a famous wall called Hirakani Buruj or Hirkani Bastion, constructed on a cliff. Inside the Raigad Fort, there is a replica of the original throne which faces the Nagarkhana Darwaja, the main doorway. A secondary entrance, called the Mena Darwaja was used as the private entrance for the royal ladies. The door opened in the queen's chamber. The king and his convoy used the Palkhi Darwaja. There is a row of three dark chambers in the right of Palkhi Darwaja which are believed to be the granaries of the fort.
You can also view the execution point called Takmak Tok from where prisoners were thrown to death. The statue of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was erected in front of the ruins of the main market avenue that leads to the Jagdishwar Mandir, his own Samadhi and that of his loyal dog, Waghya. The Samadhi of Jijabai Shahaji Bhosale, Shivaji's mother is situated at the base village of Pacha. Other famous attractions of the fort include the Khubladha Buruj, Nane Darwaja and the Hatti Talav.