Famous mainly for its rice fields, there are a few appealing tourist spots worth visiting.

  • Curzon Gate

    A popular tourist destinations in Burdwan, the imposing structure of Curzon gate was erected in 1903, at the behest of the King of Burdwan Maharaja Bijoy Chand Mahtab to receive the Viceroy of India Lord Curzon at the entrance of the town in the most befitting way. The gate has since been renamed Vijay Toran.
    Distance from hotel : 8 km
  • 108 Shiva Mandir

    A complex comprising 108 Shiva temples arranged in rows, each shaped like a traditional Bengali mud hut. It was built in 1788 on the Burdwan-Siuri national highway as per the wish of Rani Bishnukumari, Queen of Burdwan. It attracts huge trails of devotees round the year, especially on Mondays.
    Distance from hotel : 2.5 km
  • Sarvamangala Mandir

    – A religious institution built by Maharaja Kirtichand in 1702. Its prime attraction is the over 1000 year old idol of Maa Durga with eighteen hands and bestowed on Lion Mahisa Mardini. It is the first Nabaratna temple in the undivided Bengal. The structure of the temple shows a unique blending of art and architecture in terra-cotta style.
    Distance from hotel : 8 km
  • Pir Baharam

    Baharam, the Parsi sultan carried on his duty of giving water to travellers by the side of the road as instructed by his ‘guru’ for twelve years following which, he came to be regarded as a ‘Sufi Pir.’ He was called by the name Sakka at Pir Baharam. Inspired by his exceptional kind of devotion, Emperor Akbar built a statue in his honour at ‘Puratan Chawk’ of Burdwan. This holy ‘majar’ is covered with a sheet of gold.
    Distance from hotel :7 km
  • Meghnad Saha Planetarium

    Built by a renowned Japanese Goto in 1994, Meghnad Saha Planetarium is a famous tourist spot in the district. A wonder of technology it is. The planetarium hosts a number of shows on the subjects like the solar system and evolution of the earth. In every respect it is among the best in Asia.
    Distance from hotel :3.5 km
  • Burdwan Science Centre

    Established in 1994, Burdwan Science Centre gives a good introduction to the universe of science. It was built as a joint venture between the Central government, the government of West Bengal and the University of Burdwan.
    Distance from hotel :4.5 km
  • Town Hall

    Built between 1890 and 1894, the Town Hall under the care of Municipality of Burdwan hall has a seating capacity of 485.
    Distance from hotel :9 km
  • Krishnasayar Ecological Park

    A popular tourist spot with scenic landscape attracts visitors round the year. A huge lake surrounded by trees is in the centre of the park makes it a pleasant spot for soaking in natural beauty.
    Distance from hotel :5 km
  • Golapbag

    Golapbag, or the Garden of Roses is a favourite tourist spot. It is the botanical and zoological garden established by the King Bijoy Chand Mahatab in 1884. Famous botanist Dalton Hooker had listed 128 types of trees at Golapbag.
    Distance from hotel :4 km
  • Deer Park

    Deer Park is yet another major attraction for visitors. The park houses deer and birds of many kinds. The presence of two tigers adds much value to the Park. The tomb of Bijoy Chand Mahatab, ‘Bijoybahar’ is at the end of the Park.
    Distance from hotel :3 km
  • Kankaleshwari Kali Mandir

    Home of Goddess Chamunda, the temple is assumed to be 2,000 year old. The construction of this temple was influenced by ‘tantra’ and it has an exquisite sculpture of the deity. Situated at Brishnu Mandir, in Kanchan Nagar, the temple is a must see for all.
    Distance from hotel :6.5 km
  • Kalna Raj Bari

    Located on the western bank of the Bhagirathi, the town is known as Ambika Kalna, named after deity, Goddess Kali. Once a flourishing port town, it has numerous historical monuments such as the Rajbari and 108 Shiva temples.
    Distance from hotel :67 km