The Best Tourist Attractions in Aurangabad

Handpicked Top 3 Tourist Attractions in Aurangabad, Maharashtra. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Begumpura, Aurangabad, MH 431004

Since 1661

Tourist Attraction, Pond, Nature, Flowers, Lot of Daily Activities, Flower Shows, Tourist Place, Trees & Outdoor Activities

There are many sections such as Animal, Fish, Birds, Garden, Canteen, Train, Eating section and Lawn - One of the best gardens in Aurangabad

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No doubt, it the first thing you will visit on your trip to Aurangabad. Located in the heart of the City, Bibi Ka Maqbara (the Taj of Deccan) has its own historical and political significance. A beautiful monument with rich Mughal heritage - it attracts you to revisit those golden days of art and culture. The place is well maintained and a perfect destination for some amazing photography (specially during the evening). Go and enjoy your evening at Bibi ka Maqbara.
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Central Bus Stand Road, Mhada, Aurangabad, MH 431002

Tourist Attraction, Exhibits, Garden, Shrubs and Trees, Small Aquarium, Zoo, Snake House, Crocodiles, Emu, Fox, Deer, Hyena & Picnic Spot

There are many section such as Animal, Fish, Birds, Garden, Canteen, Train, Eating section and Lawn - One of the best gardens in Aurangabad

Mon, Wed - Sun 9:00 - 7:00 pm
Tue Closed

One of the best Zoo seen in the state of Maharashtra. Well maintained. Many wild animals can be seen here. They have also maintained a great garden along with the zoo so that people can have relax time with their family & friends. I would recommend this place a must is traveler's itinerary.
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Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University Campus, Jaisingpura, Aurangabad, MH 431004

Since 1653

Tourist Attraction, Exhibits, Regional Palaces, Antique Items, Coins, Ancient Indian Pottery, Paintings and Many More Alluring Items, Festival & Museum

It is a grand two stored building constructed in typical Rajput style - The palace is made up of lime and stone - A well-manicured garden adds to its beauty

Price: ₹10 for Indian and ₹100 for Foreigner

Tue - Sun 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
Mon Closed

This place is situated with in the campus of Marathawada University and just on the outskirts of the main city. I found the campus to be more an attraction site than the Mahal itself but the Mahal seems to emanate the feeling of loneliness, of treasures lost and the despair as one walks through the palace corridors and rooms. The gold plated grand paintings are all gone now but there are some grand stone sculptures displayed here which were excavated in the region. For a casual visitor, its a forlorn place but for history buffs, it certainly is a place to reckon.
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