Vadodara is a city with many cultural attractions. It’s also known for its majestic kingdoms and rich traditions, which bring out the best of this city. People from all across the world visit this destination that oozes architectural brilliance. To indulge in the best of Gujarati essence, don’t forget to visit these locations while staying with us.

Maharaja Fateh Singh Museum (1 Km)

Maharaja Fateh Singh Museum is a museum housed within the Maharaja's palace (the Lakshmi Vilas Palace) in Vadodara, the building was constructed as a school for the Maharaja's children. Today a large number of works of art belonging to the Maratha Royal family are displayed in the museum.

Baroda Museum (2 Km)

The Baroda Museum & Picture Gallery in Vadodara was built in 1894 on the lines of the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Science Museum of London. Major Mant in association with R.F. Chisholm who refined some of Mant's finest works to make genuine Indo-Saracenic architecture designed the Building of this Museum.

Sayaji Baug (2.7 Km)

Dating back to 1879, this tourist attraction was constructed during the reign of Maharaja Sayaji Rao Gaekwad (III) on the banks of River Vishvamitri. It is popular among tourists for its impressive garden, zoo and a joy train.

Laxmi Vilas Palace (3 Km)

The Lakshmi Vilas Palace in Vadodara, Gujarat, India, was constructed by the Gaekwad family, a prominent Maratha family, who ruled the Baroda State.

Kirti Mandir (3.4 Km)

Built-in 1936 as a royal mausoleum of the Gaekwad dynasty, Kirti Mandir now stands as a glorious monument of Vadodara. The grand building, situated in the heart of the city, was set up in the honor of Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III's silver jubilee celebration. This E-shaped building features beautiful elements like balconies, terraces, tombs, domes and a brilliantly carved 35 meters high central shikhara.

Sur sagar Lake (5.5 Km)

Sur Sagar Lake also is known as the Chand Talao is a lake situated in the middle of the city of Vadodara in the State of Gujarat in India. The lake was rebuilt with stone masonry in the 18th Century. The water in this lake remains in it for the whole year. A concrete wall surrounds the lake on which the people use to sit.

Tapovan Temple (6.4 Km)

Tapovan Temple consisting of all Gods & Goddesses of India along with God Karthik, Balaji & Nav-Graha (Nine planets) Temple also with a Meditation Hall. The temple is amidst lush greenery all around with Gaushala (Cow place for taking out Milk). It’s a must-visit Temple in Vadodara with scenic surroundings & the architecture is a unique one on its ceilings with perfect color combinations which is a delight to see it.

Statue of Unity (95.3 Km)

Dedicated to one of India’s founding fathers, and the country’s first Deputy Prime Minister, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the Statue of Unity, stands tall atop Sadhu Bet Island on the Narmada facing the Sardar Sarovar Dam downstream in Kevadiya colony, about a 100 kilometres southeast of Vadodara.

Nilkanthdham Swaminarayan Temple Poicha (66.2 Km)

Nilkanth Dham Swaminarayan Temple is located at Poicha village on the bank of river Narmada which is about 80 km from Bharuch and 60KM from Vadodara. It is a beautiful Swaminarayan temple constructed in a large area and one of the most amazing pilgrimages attracts people around Gujarat. You can have divine experience by visiting the Sahajanand universe.

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