Tourist Places in Jorhat

Places to Visit in Jorhat

Jorhat - #6 of 33 in Assam |
Jorhat Average Rating - 5.3/7 1 based on 175 Ratings

Jorhat is mostly preferred by travellers. The go to destination for types of travellers, be it family, kids and couples, Jorhat is, however, mostly preferred. The best season or months to visit places in Jorhat are February, November, December. There are 36 tourist places in Jorhat, which can be explored by travellers. Local attractions can be visited at any time of the day, be it early morning, afternoon, evening or night, as suitable for travellers. Sightseeing in Jorhat can be done by travellers, which will take half a day or one day, but to see all sightseeing places, travellers need to stay in Jorhat for 2 days to 3 days.
Travellers can also download's Jorhat Travel Guide to learn about places to visit in Jorhat, browse through photos & pictures, explore Jorhat using a map, and read sightseeing reviews. Recently reviewed tourist attractions in Jorhat, which are great places to visit, are Hatibaruah Namghar, Gymkhana Club. Jorhat can be visited in summer, monsoon or winter.

Jorhat Tourist Places

  • Type: Club
Gymkhana Club, Jorhat
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The Gymkhana Club is situated around 4 km away from the Jorhat City Centre. This club was constructed in 1876 by D. Slimmon, the Secretary of the Club in the Seconidhara Village. Ever since its inauguration, the club has served as a venue for horse races. The Governor's Cup is... Read More »
"100 years old"Jul 19, 2013
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  • Type: National Park
Kaziranga National Park, Jorhat
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  • Type: Temple
Hatibaruah Namghar, Jorhat
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5.0 / 7 1
1 Rating & 1 Review
"Have to visit"Nov 21, 2014
  • Type: Sanctuary
Hollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary, Jorhat
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Hollongapar Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary is a small sanctuary, covering an area of around 20.98 sq. km. The sanctuary is named so as it is a habitat of the hoolock gibbon, the only ape species found in India. It has semi-evergreen forests and evergreen patches of tea gardens and... Read More »
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  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Tocklai Tea Research Centre, Jorhat
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Tocklai Tea Research Centre is situated on the Club Road in Jorhat. This research centre is counted amongst the largest and the oldest tea research stations in the world. It was established in 1911, with the main aim to conduct scientific research to find solutions for... Read More »
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  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Bangalpukhari, Jorhat
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Bangalpukhari is a famous water tank that lies in the southern part of Jorhat City, near the Na-ali. The tank was constructed by Rupsingh Bangal in 1739, after killing the Badan Barphukan, an Ahom governor. Badan Barphukan captured Burmese soldiers and also tortured the people... Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Thengal Bhavan, Jorhat
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Thengal Bhavan is the site where the first daily Assamese newspaper was published. It is also famous as the site from where the first daily newspaper in any language was published from a village, in India. This centre was built by Raibahadur Shiva Prasad Barooah in 1880. Later... Read More »
  • Type: Religious Place
Burigosain Devalay, Jorhat
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Burigosain Devalay is a Shakta shrine in the Jorhat City Centre. The presiding deity of the temple is Burigosain. Another idol enshrined here, is of a priest. Both the deities were brought from Jayantiya and established first at Rangpur. Later, these idols were shifted to its... Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Purnananda Buragohain Maidam, Jorhat
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Purnananda Buragohain Maidam is situated on the banks of River Tocklai, near the Macharhat Namghar. This historic site was constructed by the son of Purnananda Buragohain, who established his kingdom at Macharhat. Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Raja Maidam, Jorhat
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Raja Maidam is a vault on the southern bank of the Toklai River, in the north of Jorhat. This vault preserves the remains or ashes of the erstwhile King Purandar Sinha. This maidam was constructed after his death, on 1st October 1894. Read More »
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  • Type: Historic Place
Lachit Borphukan's Maidam, Jorhat
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Lachit Borphukan's Maidam was constructed in memory of Lachit Borphukan, an Ahom general. The General is remembered for his bravery and for commanding the army against the Mughals at Saraighat in 1672. The vault was constructed in order to honour this warrior of the 16th... Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Kunwori Pukhuri, Jorhat
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Kunwori Pukhuri on the Trunk Road, is famous for a huge tank that was constructed by Parbatia Kunwori, the granddaughter of the Ahom king, Sataialia Dilabandha Borgohain. Read More »
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  • Type: Historic Place
Garh Ali, Jorhat
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Garh Ali is a historic site constructed during the war between the Ahoms and the Moamarias. A huge embankment named Garh Ali, starting from Seoni Ali and extending up to the Naga Hills, was constructed to safeguard the Ahom Kingdom. It is also referred to as the Bibuddhi Ghar,... Read More »
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  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Gazpur, Jorhat
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Ranked 14 of 36
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Gazpur is located towards the north of the Bilveswara Shiva Temple and has the remains of Hathigarh. The area was constructed on the orders of the then king, to capture elephants. When the king decided to make a town, he ordered his army to capture one thousand elephants.... Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Magolu Khat, Jorhat
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Magolu Khat was built by the King Rajeshwar Sinha, who established the Magolus or Manipuris at the site. It is believed that the site was established by the king at the Manaimaji Village, after marrying Kuranganayani, the princess of Manipur. Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Ladai Garh, Jorhat
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Ranked 16 of 36
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Ladai Garh is a fortified structure, situated around 13 km away from the destination. This structure was constructed by King Pratap Sinha to protect his kingdom from the neighbouring kingdoms. The garh comprises three parts out of which, Mera Garh is at Majhuli. The Swalat... Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Baduli Pukahuri, Jorhat
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Ranked 17 of 36
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Baduli Pukahuri is a tank constructed by the Ahom general, Baduli Borphukan, during the reign of Jayadhvaj Sinha. This tank lies in proximity to the Trunk Road at Teok. Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Karanga, Jorhat
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Karanga, a small village of the Jorhat District, is renowned for smithery that successfully caters to the demand of neighbouring tea estates and natives. Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Nimati, Jorhat
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Ranked 19 of 36
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Nimati, also known as the Nimatighat, is located around 17 km away from Jorhat. This site is counted amongst the important river ports of the district, as well as of Upper Assam. The ghat also serves as a link for ferry boats that operate from the river port to the Majuli... Read More »
  • Type: Tea estate
Cinnamora Tea Estate, Jorhat
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Cinnamora Tea Estate was established by Maniram Dewan, a sirastadar of an assistant commissioner, who worked under the British administration at Jorhat. Established in 1850, this estate is the first tea garden of Assam. Read More »

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