Patna has numerous places to see, visit and enjoy.
Patna Museum has more than 50,000 rare art objects, with many related to India in the ancient, middle ages and the British colonial era. Don’t forget to see the Holy Relic Casket with the sacred ashes of Lord Buddha, and the beautiful statue Yakshani
Har Mandir Saheb – The Birth place of 10th Guru of Sikhs, Shri Guru Gobind Singh Jee .
Golghar – Captain John Garstin built a Golghar for the storage of food for the British army with storing capacity of 140000 tons on 20th July 1786.
Kumhrar – Explore the ancient ruins of Pataliputra. Of the 80 pillars (Fa Hien, in 5th century AD, found the pillars shining as bright as glass) excavated at the site, only one remains unfortunately.
Padri Ki Haveli (“Mansion of Padre”), also known as St Mary’s Church, it is the oldest church in Bihar. When Roman Catholics were arrived in Bihar, They built a small church in 1713 at a place now known as “Padri-ki-Haveli’.
Pathar ki Masjid is built by Pervez, the elder brother of Shah Jahan and the first Mughal prince who made Bihar his residence
Buddha Smriti Park Near Railway Station. A large park with a stupa and meditation ground where ashes of Buddha are kept.
Patna Zoo Sanjay Gandhi Botanical and Zoological Garden, Patna.
Mahavir Mandir, near Patna Junction
Gandhi Maidan is the heart of this city today
Gandhi Museum near Gandhi Maidan
Khuda Baksh Oriental Library Ashok Rajpath.
Mahatma Gandhi Setu, the bridge over the river Ganges connecting Patna and Hajipur.