Tomb of Tansen
Man Singh Palace
Whimsical is the only way to describe Man Singh Palace : an imperial palace decorated with a frieze of yellow ducks! These - and mosaic...
State Archaeological Museum
This museum is within Gujari Mahal, just through Gwalior Gate at the base of the fort. Built in the 15th century by Man Singh for his...
The Mayan-like Sasbahu Temples , or Mother-in-Law and Daughter-in-Law temples, rise close to the eastern wall. They are similar in style...
MLB Foreign Liquor
Like most of the bottle shops around town, this one serves beers and spirits and comes with a seedy drinking den out the back.
Baba’s Ice-Cream Parlour
Brightly lit, spotlessly clean and a great place for a snack while you’re waiting for a train. Menu includes South Indian, Chinese,...
Lonely Planet review
In the same compound is the smaller, simpler Tomb of Tansen, a singer much admired by Akbar and held to be a father of Indian classical music. Chewing the leaves of the tamarind tree at Tansen's grave supposedly enriches your voice and during the Tansen festival in October/November it takes on an unseasonably autumnal look when stripped by visiting singers.