01 – Sultanpur National Park
Sultanpur National Park is located at Sultanpur village on Gurugram-Jhajjar highway, 15 km from Gurugram, Haryana. Raja Sultan Singh Chauhan established Sultanpur in 1474 Vikram Samwat after wrestling it from Silar Muslims. It is Spread in 352 acres only a small portion is available for sightseeing as major portion of the national park is filled with grasslands. Sultanpur National Park is a bird paradise for bird watchers. Park is famous for its migratory as well as resident birds. The best time to visit this park is from December to March.
02 – Kurukshetra
Kurukshetra is a city in the north Indian state of Haryana. Kurukshetra is situated around 170 km north of Delhi and is also known by many names like Brahmakshetra, Uttaradevi, Brahmadevi and Dharamkshetra. The place is known for the battle between the Kauravas and Pandavas in the Hindu epic Mahabharata. It is believed that this is the place where Krishna recited Bhagavad Gita to Arjuna.
03 – Panipat
Panipat is a historic city in Haryana. It is 95 km north of Delhi and 169 km south of Chandigarh on NH-1. The three major battles fought in 1526, 1556 and 1761 took place near the city. The city is famous in India as the “City of Weavers” and “Textile City”. Panipat district was carved out from the erstwhile Karnal district on 1 November 1989. Wool and cotton milling, saltpetre refining, the manufacture of glass, bricks and electrical appliances are the city’s chief industries.
04 – Yadavindra Gardens, Pinjore
Yadavindra Gardens, also known as Pinjore Gardens, is a historic 17th century garden located in Pinjore city of Panchkula district in Haryana. The Pinjore Gardens were built by the Mughal Governor of Punjab, Fidai Khan, around 1760-61 century. A man with a great eye for beauty and detail, he planned the entire garden and the various palaces near it, around a natural spring in Panchkula.The Pinjore Garden is famous all over the world for its cleanliness, well-maintained greenery, and refreshing fountains. There is a central water channel that runs through the entire stretch broken up by dancing fountains at regular intervals.
05 – Mata Mansa Devi Temple, Panchkula
Mata Mansa Devi is a Hindu temple dedicated to goddess Mansa Devi, a form of Shakti, in the Panchkula district of Haryana. It was built around 1811 by the king of Manimajra a few years after he came to power. Manasa Devi is also known as the snake Goddess who is worshipped mainly in Bengal and other North-Eastern states of India. People also worship Goddess Manasa for fertility and prosperity.There are 3 temples in the complex, main temple of Shri Mansa Devi built during 1811–1815 by Maharaja Gopal Das Singh of Mani Majra is oldest, Patiala Shivalaya temple constructed in 1840 by Patiala’s Maharaja Karam Singh is at a distance of 200 metre from the main temple of Shri Mansa Devi.
06 – Kingdom of Dreams
India’s first live entertainment theatre park named the Kingdom of Dreams. It is built over six acres of land. The Showcase Theatre and the Nautanki Mahal located within the premises of the Kingdom of Dreams will freshen your weekend by offering some quality entertainment.The magnificent structures and the lively atmosphere of the place will amaze your eyes. The place also organizes several musical performances, carnivals, and theatrical shows that lure visitors from all over the country. Shah Rukh Khan is the brand ambassador of the Kingdom of Dreams. You can enjoy this with your family, kids and friends.
07 – Gurudwara Sri Panjokhra Sahib
Gurdwara Sri Guru Har Krishan Sahib Ji is about 8 kms from Ambala city.The Gurdwara is dedicated to the memory of the eighth Guru Sri Harkrishan Sahib Ji. He visited this place on his way to Delhi. A small memorial raised in honour of the Guru was developed into a Gurdwara during the Sikh Rule. Now, it has become a vast complex including the double-storey sanctum entered through a spacious hall and Guru ka Langar with a vast dining hall.
08 – Raja Nahar Singh Palace
Nahar Singh Mahal is located at Ballabhgarh in Faridabad district of Haryana.This fort was built by the forefathers of Jat Raja Nahar Singh around 1739 AD. The fort is also known as Raja Nahar Singh Palace.This palace is now a heritage property managed by Haryana Tourism. It has been renovated and converted into a motel-cum-restaurant. Kartik Cultural Festival, the main annual fair held in the month of November since 1996, is celebrated at Nahar Singh Mahal.
09 – Chor Gumbad
The Chor Gumbad is a historical monument located to the north of the Narnaul town in the district of Mahendragarh, Haryana. It was constructed by an Afghan Jamal Khan as his tomb. A low dome and arches show that it must have been built during the reign of Firoz Shah Tughlaq (1351-88 AD). The site, which was a hilly area, has been developed in a park by the district administration. The monument is a well-planned big size monument in square shape having a single chamber with four minarets at each corner. It gives the appearance of a double-storied structure from the outside due to an open veranda running around it.
10 – Kalesar National Park
Kalesar National Park is a storehouse of numerous medicinal plants. The animals found at the Kalesar National Park include jungle cat, Indian jackal, Indian leopard, rusty-spotted cat, leopard cat, Asiatic elephant, sambhar, chital, goral, barking deer, nilgai, gray langur, wild pig, Indian hare, and many more. This park is unique because it is the only forest in Haryana with a natural ‘sal’ tree belt, besides being a home to a wide range of wild flora and fauna.