1. Salabat Khan Tomb Or Chandbibi’s Mahal
The Tomb of Salabat Khan II, also known as Chandbiwi’s Mahel or Chand Bibi Palace, is a three-storey stone structure located on a hilltop, approximately 13 km from Ahmednagar city in Maharashtra, India. Situated at an elevation of about 3080 feet above sea level and 700-800 feet above the city, it offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape and can be seen from almost anywhere in the city.
Although originally planned to be a seven-storey building, only three storeys were constructed. The architecture is simple, with an eight-sided platform. The tomb is elevated with the help of a stone terrace, about twelve feet high and 100 yards broad, giving it a sense of grandeur in the center of an octagon. The tomb features angular holes that allow sunlight to beautifully illuminate it during sunset.
- Feels great visiting here in the morning
- This monument is an absolute beauty and it reflects the majesty of the structure!
- Good place to spend happy weekends with friends and family.
08:00 – 18:00
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2. Cavalry Tank Museum
Cavalry Tank Museum is a military museum located in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India. It was established by the Armored Corps Centre and School in February 1994. This unique museum is the only one of its kind in Asia and showcases around 50 exhibits of vintage armored fighting vehicles.
- Awesome 😎 place, Well maintained by ACC Indian Army
- There is a good collection of tanks from World War I and World War II
- Interesting facts about many regiments and their insignia
09:00 – 17:00
3. Ahmednagar Fort
Ahmednagar Fort secured 4 Position in the list of Best places to visit in Ahmednagar
The Ahmednagar Fort is a fort located near to the Bhingar Nala near Ahmednagar in Maharashtra. It was the headquarters of the Ahmednagar Sultanate. In 1803, it was taken by the British during the Second Anglo-Maratha War. It was used as a prison during the British Raj. Currently, the fort is under the administration of the Armoured Corps of the Indian Army.
- You will enjoy it on the 15th August and 26th Jan with everyone
- It is open for all on Aug 15 & Jan 26
- Nijam Ahmed Shah build this fort.
09:00 – 17:00
4. Ganga Udyan
Garden and park and garden
- Just a good place for spending time with family and friends also..
- Fountain looks beautiful in evening lights
- Lots of toys are available to play for kids.
5. Siddhi Baag
Siddhi Baag got 6 Position in the list of Best places to visit in AhmednagarPark and Garden
- Nice place for child n family 👌
- Atmosphere n cleaning is quite satisfying
- Was beautiful earlier.
6. Shri Datta Devasthan Trust
- Here you’ll feel a different peaceful vibe within yourself
- Very good temple with nice architecture
- You will feel blessed!
07:00 – 11:30, 15:00 – 18:00, 19:45 – 21:00
7. Avatar Meher Baba Samadhi Meherabad
- A peaceful place full of Power !!
- Must visit to reflect and absorb the silence and peaceful atmosphere
- You feel more power and bless here.
06:00 – 20:00
8. Laxmi Garden
Laxmi Garden is ranked 9th on the list of Best places to visit in AhmednagarGarden.
- Good place to visit with Family and children.
- It is well maintained and clean.
- Nice place for children to go and play.
The garden is open from 17:00 to 20:00.
9. Saiban, Ahmednagar
Saiban, Ahmednagar has secured the 10th position in the list of Best places to visit in Ahmednagar Park and Garden.
- Nice place for a day out with friends and family.
- Main attraction is puppet show and boating.
- Good place to visit for a picnic!
09:00 – 18:00
10. Farah Bagh
Farah Bagh is a beautiful palace located in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra. This magnificent palace was built by the Nizam Shahi rulers in Ahmednagar.
- The palace is open for public visitors even on public holidays
- It is a remarkable historical monument
- Farah Bagh was the centerpiece of a massive palatial complex completed in 1583
Farah Bagh is open 24 hours a day, allowing visitors to explore its grandeur at any time.
11. Gorakshnath Gad
- Visit in rainy season
- Nice and natural place
- Best place for one day trip, the natural atmosphere is very beautiful
12. Bhistbag Mahal
- It is a beautiful historical place in Ahmednagar.
- It is a historical monument.
- Now that the road has been built, let’s hope the government will maintain it well.
Open 24 hours
13. Saiban Agro Tourism Centre
Saiban Agro Tourism Centre is ranked 14th on the list of Best places to visit in Ahmednagar. It is a beautiful garden where visitors can enjoy their time with family and friends.
- Great Place for spending time with Family and Friends
- Boating or puppet show are available
- Beside this incentive of boating and puppet show.
The centre is open from 09:00 to 18:00.
14. HISTORICAL MUSEUM & RESEARCH CENTRE
HISTORICAL MUSEUM & RESEARCH CENTRE got 15 Position in the list of Best places to visit in AhmednagarHistory Museum
- old currency coins will just leave you amazed… must visit..
- You will find information about your Indian history
- loved the coin collection and all sorts of collectibles..
10:00 – 17:00
15. Damdi Masjid
- Historical monument, classic for architectural design and fine stone work
- The attention to detail in the architecture is truly remarkable
- The 3-D lotus carvings are spectacular.
Open 24 hours
16. Hatti Barav (Elephant well)
- Hatti barav or elephant stepwell.
Open 24 hours
17. Kapurwadi lake
- So many birds are there.
18. I Love Nagar
I Love Nagar secured 19 Position in the list of Best places to visit in AhmednagarPark and Garden
Open 24 hours
Meherabad secured 20 Position in the list of Best places to visit in Ahmednagar
Meherabad was originally an ashram established by Meher Baba near Arangaon village, India in 1923 about 9 kilometres south of Ahmednagar. It is now the site of Meher Baba’s samadhi as well as facilities and accommodations for pilgrims. Many buildings mostly associated with the earlier decades of Baba’s work, the graves of disciples, and a range of pilgrim accommodation and charitable establishments are also there. Many Baba-followers work or live in the vicinity. There are also some public dispensaries and schools.
Established in May 1923, Meherabad was the first permanent residence of Meher Baba and his disciples in Ahmednagar district. In 1944, Meher Baba moved his residence north to Meherabad, located 24 kilometres away on the other side of Ahmednagar.
Meher Pilgrim Center is the central administrative facility for the Meher Baba pilgrim retreat. The Pilgrim Center and Pilgrim Retreat are closed during the hot Indian summer from 15 March to 15 June of each year. On 15 June 2006, new pilgrim facilities were established with the construction of Meher Pilgrim Retreat, an 88,000-square-foot facility.