Indore attractions

Palace in Indore

Lal Bagh Palace

Built between 1886 and 1921, Lal Bagh is the finest building left by the Holkar dynasty. As was the fashion among many late-Raj-era Indian nobility, the lavish interior is dominated by European styles: striated Ital…
Palace in Indore

Rajwada

The Holkars' original Indore palace, begun in 1749, is currently undergoing major renovations and is closed to the public. The temple in its rear, however, has already been restored and is a lovely little refuge fro…
Museum in Indore

Central Museum

This museum has a good (despite it's utterly uninspiring presentation) collection of medieval (and earlier) Hindu sculptures, along with tools, weaponry and copper-engraved land titles. Skirmishes took place here du…
Historic Building in Indore

Gandhi Hall

This gorgeous red-stone, Indo-Gothic city hall was built in 1904 and originally called King Edward’s Hall. It still looms like a ghost of the Raj, despite having been renamed in 1948 and standing, appropriately enou…
Statue in Indore

Sardar Patel Statue

In the middle of a busy roundabout near the Sarwate Bus Stand.
Statue in Indore

Nehru Statue

Marks a busy junction in the city centre.
Statue in Indore

Mahatma Gandhi Statue

At the junction of MG Rd and RNT Marg.
Statue in Indore

Tagore Statue

Monument to a great Indian writer.