Mosque of Wazir Khan
At the eastern end of the Old City, 250m inside Delhi Gate, is the deteriorating but beautifully tiled Mosque of Wazir Khan. It was...
The small Sunehri Masjid, in the centre of the Old City, was built in 1753 by Bikhari Khan and is famous for its three gilded domes and...
Begum Shah Mosque
Masti Gate in the north of the Old City leads to the 1614 Begum Shah Mosque, named after Maryam Zamani, the mother of Emperor Jehangir....
Old City · interesting places nearby
Royal Baths information
Old Lahore sprawls at the foot of the fort. It comprises narrow snaking alleys surrounded by a 9m-high wall with 13 gates, with sections closely resembling the way they would have been back in Mughal times. It's a brilliant place in which to get lost (as you probably will); a good way to relocate yourself is to go back to one of the main gates. Delhi Gate in the east leads past the 17th-century Royal Baths, now a small TDCP office, to the Mosque of Wazir Khan and Sunehri Masjid (Golden Mosque).