Agra is full of monuments and buildings that are famous worldwide. Several famous Agra attractions have appeared in newspapers, stories, blogs, and articles all over the world. There are various popular tourist destinations in Agra, such as:
Situated on the Bank of Yamuna River, Taj signifies the legendary love story of Shah Jahan, who built it as a final resting place for his wife Mumtaz Mahal. There is also a Taj Museum nearby.
Built by Akbar, Fatehpur Sikri is a world-renowned Heritage Site. This city is an earlier headquarters of Akbar showcasing a majestic fort and several historical monuments.
Popularly called ‘Baby Taj’, it was built by Nur Jahan in her father Jahangir’s memory. Beautiful scriptures and architecture create a dazzling effect on the pillars of white marble.
Located right next to the Taj Mahal, this garden portrays a scenic beauty of nature and wildlife. It is a popular sunset spot and people believe that from this spot, it appears as the Taj changes shades throughout the day.
This large monument made up of marble and red sandstone was planned and started by Akbar himself but completed by his son after his death. On the walls of this tomb, 99 different names of Allah have been inscribed and incorporated with scriptures.
A huge mosque attributed in the name of Shah Jahan’s daughter, remains to be one of the most visited tourist destinations in Agra.
Another remarkable monument built by Shah Jahan during his reign in Agra, Chini Ka Rauja is yet another funerary monument praised for its amazing Mughal architecture.
The largest water park in Agra offering a fun day-out with thrilling rides and water slides is the perfect excursion spot for kids, adults, and families.
The second-largest water park in Agra is popular for its high-end water slides, beautiful theme parks, and a yummy food corner. A wholesome family fun place to be at.
- Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity
An NGO orphanage that houses hundreds of children where they are brought up and educated by volunteers. It is also home to many elderly and homeless folks. If you want to end your Agra tour on a good note, this is the perfect place for you.