Places To Visit In Ludhiana

  • Ludhiana

Situated on the banks of river Sutlej, Ludhiana, Punjab's largest city, is one of the biggest manufacturing hubs in India. 

Tourist attractions in District Ludhiana are:

Maharaja Ranjit Singh War Museum:

Located at GT Road Ludhiana before Toll Plaza, Ladhowal, this museum has a collection of arms and ammunition from the times of Maharaja Ranjit Singh. Pays homage to the soldiers but also educates the citizens of India about the role. The museum houses 12 galleries showcasing memorabilia, uniforms and medals belonging to the soldiers who lost their lives. 

Nehru Rose Garden:

Nehru Rose Garden, established in the year 1967 is one of the most verdurous and greenest spaces in the vicinity of Ludhiana. Great place to hang out and also great place for morning walkers paradise, the sprawling garden spreads across 30 acres of land having around 17000 species of flora and fauna.

Museum of Social History and Rural Life:

The Museum of Rural Life situated in the Punjab Agriculture University campus in Ludhiana is one of the must visit places for any tourist of Punjab.

Lodhi Fort:

Lodhi Fort was built by Muslim ruler Sikander Lodhi approximately 500 years ago along the bank of River Sutlej. Built by a Sikander Lodhi 500 years ago, Lodhi Fort is a huge fort and a tourist attraction in Ludhiana. It was built to signify the dominance of the Lodhi.

Clock Tower:

Clock Tower, Ghanta Ghar is one of the most iconic landmarks of Ludhiana city. the Clock tower was built in Ludhiana to emphasize the British rule in India and as a memorial to mark the silver .

Gurudwara Sri Manji Sahib Alamgir:

Gurdwara (Sikh place of worship) Manji Sahib (also known as Alamgir Sahib) is located near the village of Alamgir. The langar or community meal at Gurdwara Sri Manji Sahib Alamgir is said to be one of the biggest among Sikh Gurdwaras, catering to hundreds of people, free food.

Rural Olympics at Qila Raipur

Home to one of the quirkiest festivals you will come around anywhere in the world - Rural Olympics, Kila Raipur is an amazing village whose love for sports. Today this three-day festival of the rustics attracts more than 4,000 sportsmen and women, both of recognised and traditional sports.

Phillaur Fort

One of the places in Ludhiana is the historical Phillaur Fort. Deriving its name from Sanghera Jat Phul, this place has been built on European architecture. Phillaur Fort or Maharaja Ranjit Singh Fort is located on the Grand Trunk Road in Phillaur.


The village of Alamgir is situated around 10 km from the central city of Ludhiana. The highlight of this village is ShriManji Sahib Gurudwara, more commonly. This Gurudwara stands at a place where Guru Gobind Singh stayed for a few days after covering journey full of hazards.

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