Top rated Tourist attractions in Aurangabad

Experience the best that Aurangabad has to offer with our curated list of top-rated places. Sorted by average review scores from venues boasting over 30 reviews, these establishments promise exceptional quality and experiences to elevate your visit in the city. This list contains 52 places from Tourist attraction category.

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Hanumant Dham
Hindu temple
👍👍 I recently visited the Hanumant Dham temple and was blown away by its beauty. This 400 year old ashram turned shrine is located beside the Awadh Clark Hotel on the banks of the Gomti River. Very peaceful and calm temple. Clean ambience. Kids friendly. The temple's architecture is beautiful, with exq...
4.80 (3.7K reviews) (~9.88 km from centre)
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ISKCON Temple, Sri Sri Radha Raman Bihari Ji Mandir, Lucknow
Hindu temple
Live cows & oxen in a paddock around a temple site with colorful Hindu altars & effigies.
4.70 (3.2K reviews) (~9.8 km from centre)
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Mari Mata Temple
Hindu temple
👍👍 Mari Mata Temple is a holy place. People come here to take blessings and wish upon them. When their wishes come true they come back and hung a bell for the same. It has lakhs and crores of bells 🔔 So, If you've got a wish then go and give it a try.
4.70 (873 reviews) (~8.27 km from centre)
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Batuk Bhairav Temple
Hindu temple
👍👍 Yesterday me and my family visited Batuk Bhairav mandir Lucknow. It is located near to Keisharbag Bus stand ( 300 mt ) the road goes towards Aminabad. One has to turn right to a connecting narrow road . The mandir is very old and inside the the "Garva Griha " one can enter and offer puja . Opening...
4.70 (281 reviews) (~9.19 km from centre)
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तारा वाली कोठी
Tourist attraction
😐 Building lost its ethnicity...needs to be restored, but they renovate it so badly that no one can imagine
4.70 (35 reviews) (~9.57 km from centre)
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Shri Balaji Mandir
Hindu temple
👍👍 Main temple is Mehandipur Balaji which is located in Mehndipur, Rajasthan. Shri Balaji Mandir in Lucknow is similar but more like at a small scale. Balaji is said to be a form of Lord Hanuman and is praised throughout. Shri Balaji Mandir is a famous temple and usually crowd is seen on Tuesdays and...
4.60 (2.3K reviews) (~7.82 km from centre)
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Jama Masjid Lalbagh
Mosque
👍👍 MashaAllah❤️ very beautiful mosque and very nice experience, Alhamdulillah. May Allah SWT grant them Jannatul Firdous who participated in building this mosque. Aameen.
4.60 (221 reviews) (~8.96 km from centre)
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Buddheshwar Temple Chauraha
Tourist attraction
👍👍 The Best Neat & Clean Temple ❤️ Located on the Mohan Road, Budheswhwar Mahadev Temple is one of the oldest Hindu shrines in Lucknow. Established by Raja Bakshi, the temple is sacred to Lord Shiva. The temple remains flocked with oodles of devotees throughout the year. However, on the auspicious day...
4.60 (49 reviews) (~9.94 km from centre)
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All Saints Garrison Church
Church
Apparel chain with its own line of stylish, edgy apparel, including leather jackets in many styles.
4.50 (101 reviews) (~6.04 km from centre)
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ولی مسجد Wali Masjid
Mosque
👍👍 Beautiful mosque
4.50 (73 reviews) (~9.57 km from centre)
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AKBARI GATE
Tourist attraction
👍👍 Wonderful, yes it's wonderful. If you are a true foody and want to experience the surreal taste of Lucknow's cuisine then this place is meant for you. From Tunday kebabi to Rahim nehari, it offers everything for everyone. People from all walks of life and social strata can be seen sitting side by si...
4.40 (3.4K reviews) (~9.99 km from centre)
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Maqbara (Tomb) of Saadat Ali Khan
Tomb
👍 Located in Qaiser Bagh, the Tomb of Saadat Ali Khan is a combined mausoleum of both Saadat Ali Khan and his wife Khursheed Zadi. Constructed by their son, this is a tomb adorning the typical amalgam of Indian and Islamic architectural styles. When I visited this place I was amazed by the fine artist...
4.40 (461 reviews) (~9.54 km from centre)
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Nawab Wajid Ali Shah Zoological Garden
Zoo
Established in 1921, this zoo houses exotic animal exhibits, a miniature train & food stalls.
4.30 (37.2K reviews) (~9.13 km from centre)
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State Museum Lucknow
Museum
State museum featuring Awadh art & artifacts, plus exhibits covering the area's natural history.
4.30 (3.8K reviews) (~9.26 km from centre)
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Safed Baradari
Historical landmark
This white marble palace built in 1854 as a place of mourning now hosts wedding celebrations.
4.30 (2.3K reviews) (~9.27 km from centre)
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Ganga Aquarium
Aquarium
Educational public aquarium with tropical species in a circular research center building.
4.30 (1K reviews) (~2.68 km from centre)
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Dilkusha Kothi
Historical place
18th century English baroque style house remains featuring towers, walls & an extensive gardens.
4.30 (884 reviews) (~8.19 km from centre)
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Kasturba Gandhi Park
Park
👍👍 Lovely place full of activity both walks and yoga... especially in the mornings and evenings. Beautiful walking trail..nice tree cover...full of activity and fun...enough places to sit and relax
4.30 (362 reviews) (~7.35 km from centre)
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मक़बरा आलिया
Historical place
😐 A dilapidated monument. It was built by Nawab Saadat Ali Khan, the sixth nawab of Awadh as a mausoleum for his mother, Chhattar Kunwar Rathore, the second wife of Shuja ud Daula. Saadat Ali Khan was the half brother of Nawab Asaf ud Daula and ascended the throne of Awadh after his nephew, Wazir Ali...
4.30 (333 reviews) (~9.26 km from centre)
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Jahangirabad Palace
Shooting event area
👍 A beautiful palace. The estate was awarded by Emperor Jehangir to Raja Farzand Ali therefore the name Jehangirabad. It was only used for living after the independence by the family. The architecture of the palace was inspired by Sir Walter Burley Griffin in the 1930's. He is the same architect respo...
4.30 (251 reviews) (~9.35 km from centre)
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