1. Canary Hill Hazaribagh
Canary Hill Hazaribagh is ranked at the top position in the list of Best places to visit in Hazaribagh. It offers a mesmerizing view from its hilltop vista point.
- It has cement stairs that lead to the highest point, making it easily accessible.
- It is a picturesque picnic spot that can be enjoyed in any season.
- Visitors can visit Canary Hill Hazaribagh throughout the day, as it remains open from 00:00 to 23:00, with a short break from 23:30 to 00:00.
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2. Hazaribagh Jheel
Hazaribagh jheel is a series of artificial lakes with seven parts all on different levels so that water spills over to the other lake through a spill channel. It is an engineering marvel which conserves water and supplies to people living in Hazaribagh. It was constructed by Britishers in 1831 when they were building the central jail in Hazaribagh. They required huge amounts of clay, leaving four big craters which became lakes.
- You will feel in nature beauty
- good for morning walk. and good for evening walk and good snaks too
- Best place to sit and walk and experience the natural beauty..
3. Swarn jayanti park
Park and Garden
- Nice place for having fun with Family.
- Jheel is really beautiful nearby
- Beautiful senic boating experience.
Open 24 hours
4. Nirmal Mahto Park (Best places to visit in Hazaribagh)
Nirmal Mahto Park is at 4 Position in the list of Best places to visit in HazaribaghPark and Garden
- It is thank full for both childs and couples, also included families
- There are many statues in this park which look very beautiful to see
- Park is beautiful for enjoying your holiday.
10:00 – 18:00
5. Sanskriti Museum and Art Gallery
Sanskriti Museum & Art Gallery, Hazaribagh was founded by Bulu Imam in 1991, after he discovered the first rockart of Hazaribagh district at Isco, subsequently bringing to light over dozen meso-chalcolithic rockarts, including the prehistoric archaeology of the North Karanpura Valley in Jharkhand.
The Sanskriti museum displays a comprehensive collection of Palaeolithic to neolithic stone tools, microliths, and bronze to Iron Age artifacts, including potteries and Buddhist antiquities from around the Hazaribagh region. It also has an ethnological gallery dedicated to the Birhors, Santhals, and Oraons along with monographs complied on their Life, Folklore, Songs, Ethnobotany, available in the museum research archives, and library. It also has a gallery of local crafts and textile, and an art gallery over about 200 Khovar and Sohrai paintings of Hazaribagh exhibited and displayed.
The museum is presently housed in his private building which used to be the Tea Garden District labour Association building in the early 20th century, in a 3 acres campus with a grove of trees.
- Its a amazing place relating culture and archeology of jharkhand
- Best place to know and learn about folk art of Jharkhand
- It has an epic collection of kohvar and sohrai paintings.
10:00 – 17:00
6. Narsingh Sthan Temple
Narsingh Sthan Temple placed 6 Position in the list of Best places to visit in HazaribaghHindu Temple
- It’s so amazing 😍 place for the love of God
- Campus is so clean. You can feel the spirituality and peace here everywhere!!
- Beautiful open area inside the complex.
09:00 – 13:00, 15:00 – 17:00
7. Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary
Hazaribagh Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary in Jharkhand, India, located approximately 55 miles north of Ranchi. It was established in 1955. Nestled in low hilly terrain, at an average altitude of 615 metres, it covers an area of 184 km² and is home to various wildlife species such as sambar, nilgai, chital, peafowl, sloth bears, black bears, hyenas, and pigeons. In the past, it used to be inhabited by tigers, leopards, and many other animals, but now only nilgai and hyenas are rarely spotted. Unfortunately, due to the lack of government care, what was once a national park has now become just a forest. Consequently, the number of tourists visiting the sanctuary has significantly decreased, causing Hazaribagh to lose its reputation as a tourist destination.
- Come and enjoy the beauty of Jharkhand
- Looks So Good…National Park 🏞️🏞️
- You can watch tigers, deers, etc.
8. Chadwa Dam
Charowa dam is a beautiful destination located in the Hazaribagh district of Jharkhand, India. Surrounded by four majestic hills, this dam offers a serene and picturesque setting for visitors to enjoy.
The Charowa dam reservoir is known for its capacity to fill up beyond the safe level during the monsoon season. In 2017, the spill gates were opened to prevent any unsafe levels. This precautionary measure ensures the safety of the dam and the surrounding areas.
One of the highlights of the reservoir is its diverse bird population. It is home to various vulture species, including the Himalayan vulture, which is the largest vulture, and the Egyptian vulture, which is the smallest. Additionally, this reservoir is a habitat for critically endangered species like the Indian vulture and White-rumped vulture.
- It is a peaceful and naturally beautiful place with a stunning forest view. Perfect for nature lovers!
- A nice picnic spot for a day out with family and friends. The atmosphere is delightful.
- The calmness and tranquility of this place are truly remarkable. The deep green water adds to its charm.
Opening hours: 00:00 – 22:00
9. Sitagarh Hill
Sitagarh Hill has secured the 9th position in the list of the best places to visit in Hazaribagh Mountain Peak.
- The pure natural beauty..
- Nice place for family picnic
- Very peaceful place
10. Jabra park
Jabra park has secured the 10th position in the list of Best places to visit in Hazaribagh Park and Garden.
- Best place for peace and for children fun
- Wonderful environment
- But, beauty lies in its gardening
09:30 – 19:30
11. Guru Gobind Singh Park
Park and Garden
- All kinds of flower plants are sold at reasonable prices.
05:00 – 19:00
12. Okni Devi Mandap
13. Konar Dam
Konar dam is the second of the four multi-purpose dams included in the first phase of the Damodar Valley Corporation. It was constructed across the Konar River, a tributary of the Damodar River in Hazaribagh district in the Indian state of Jharkhand and opened in 1955. The place has scenic beauty and has been developed as a recreational spot.