Tourist Places in Midnapore

Places to Visit in Midnapore

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Midnapore Average Rating - 5.4/7 1 based on 434 Ratings

Midnapore is mostly preferred by travellers. The go to destination for types of travellers, be it family, kids and couples, Midnapore is, however, mostly preferred. The best season or months to visit places in Midnapore are February, March, October, November, December. There are 24 tourist places in Midnapore, 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 Midnapore 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 Midnapore for 2 days to 3 days.
Travellers can also download's Midnapore Travel Guide to learn about places to visit in Midnapore, browse through photos & pictures, explore Midnapore using a map, and read sightseeing reviews. Recently reviewed tourist attractions in Midnapore, which are great places to visit, are Garbeta, Tamluk, Kankrajhor, Chilkigarh, Dariapur Light House. Midnapore can be visited in summer, monsoon or winter.

Midnapore Tourist Places

  • Type: Heritage Site
Jhargram, Midnapore
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5.4 / 7 1
7 Ratings & 6 Reviews
Jhargram, near Midnapore, is famous for the Jhargram Raj Palace, a palace turned heritage tourist accomodation. One of the prime attractions of this palace is the Radha Krishna Temple. One can also visit the Kanak Durga Temple and the Chilkigarh Raj Palace, located around 12... Read More »
"Jhargram Tourist Complex"Dec 23, 2016 "Excellent picnic spot"Dec 31, 2015
  • Type: Religious Place
Chilkigarh, Midnapore
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5.0 / 7 1
2 Ratings & 2 Reviews
Chilikigarh is located around 14 km away from Jhargram and is famous for its temples and forts. The Navratna Temple at Kalachand is one of the prime attractions of this place. The Ekaratna Temple that is dedicated to Lord Shiva, is also another well known attraction here. The... Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
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Dariapur Light House, Midnapore
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Average Rating
6.3 / 7 1
1 Rating & 1 Review
Dariapur Light House, located in Contai, is a 20 m high structure that was constructed in 1943. The site of this light house is close to the place where Bankim Chandra Chattaopadhay wrote his famous novel Kapalkundla. Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Garbeta, Midnapore
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Garbeta, also known as Garhbeta, is a small town located on the banks of the Shilabati River. One of the prime attractions of this town is the Raikota Fort that has four main gates, namely the Lal Darwaja, Rauta Darwaja, Pesa Darwaja and Hanuman Darwaja. Visitors can see seven... Read More »
  • Type: Offbeat Attraction
Kankrajhor, Midnapore
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Kankrajhor is located in the north-western part of the Jhargram sub-division. The entire area is covered with trees like sal, teak, mahua and kendu, among others. Deer, bears and rabbits are some of the animals commonly seen in this area. Read More »
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  • Type: Religious Place
Tamluk, Midnapore
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4.0 / 7 1
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Tamluk is a town located on the banks of the Rupnarayan River. One of the prime attractions of this town is the 1150 year old temple of Kali, known as the Devi Barghobhima. This temple is one of the 51 Shakti Peethas. According to the Puranas, when Lord Vishnu cut the body of... Read More »
  • Type: Religious Place
Medinipur Town, Midnapore
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5.3 / 7 1
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Medinipur Town is situated on the banks of the Kangsabati River. One of the popular attractions of this town is the Kali Temple of Natun Bazar. This east facing temple has been constructed in the Pancharatna style. The single dome tomb of Pir Lohani Baba is another prominent... Read More »
  • Type: Village
Pathra, Midnapore
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Pathra is a village located on the banks of the Kangsabati River, around 10 km away from Midnapore. This village has around 34 temples, all of which are around 200 years old. Of the 34 temples, around 28 are under the management of the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI). The... Read More »
  • Type: Place of Worship
Jonathan Temple, Midnapore
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Jonathan Temple is a Hindu religious site that is located at Utan Lazar. It is believed that this temple was constructed in 1851, on the request of a descendant of the Ganga Dynasty. Read More »
  • Type: Village
Karnagarh, Midnapore
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Karnagarh is a village located around 10 km north of Midnapore Town. One of the prime attractions of this village is a stone fort that is in ruins presently. One can see the remains of the surrounding walls, barracks, temples and water tanks at the fort. According to... Read More »
  • Type: Village
Bahiri, Midnapore
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Bahiri is a village in the Midnapore District that is known for the ruins of four Buddhist stupas, namely the Paltikri, Saptikri, Dhantikri and Godhantikri. Several ancient villages like the Daulbar, Dihi-Bahiri, Paik-Bari and Bidhu-Bahiri are located near Bahiri. The ancient... Read More »
  • Type: Fort
Chandrakona, Midnapore
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Chandrakona is a town located between Ghatal and Garhbeta. The prime attractions of this town are the Ramgard and Lalgard forts that were built by the Chauhan kings. The Ramgard Fort has an idol of Lord Raghunath Ji that was enshrined in 1522. The Lalgard Fort has an idol of... Read More »
  • Type: Lake
Dantan, Midnapore
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Dantan is a region in Midnapore that is known for the ancient temple of Samoleswar Mahadeb. This temple is situated around 805 m away from the Dantan Market. Another attraction of this region is the Bidyadhar Puskarini, which is a 1600 ft long and 1200 ft wide lake. Tourists... Read More »
  • Type: Religious Place
Egra, Midnapore
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Egra is a town in Midnapore, which is known for the Hatnagar Mahadeb Temple. This temple is designed in the Orissa style of architecture, on the orders of the King Gajapati Mukundadeb. Another popular attraction of the town is the pond of Krishna Sagar. Towards the... Read More »
  • Type: Monument
Deep Kia's Chand Stone Pillar, Midnapore
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Deep Kia's Chand Stone Pillar is situated on the way to Kultikri from Keshiari. According to one of the local beliefs, these stone pillars were made by the tribes in the memory of their ancestors. Other legends say that these pillars are the ruins of a Shiva temple. Read More »
  • Type: Place of Worship
Gobindaji Temple, Midnapore
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Gobindaji Temple is an ancient temple, built by Gopiballavpur's Goswami Family. Several tourists visit the temple during the Danda Festival, celebrated in the Bengali month of Jaistha. Read More »
  • Type: Fort
Kurumbera Fort, Midnapore
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Kurumbera Fort is situated around 6 km away from the Keshiari Village. It is surrounded by 10 ft high walls and has several small quarters and temples. The Shiva Temple that was built between 1438 and 1469, is a prominent structure within the fort. An ancient mosque built by... Read More »
  • Type: Fort
Gard Moyna, Midnapore
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Gard Moyna is a fort, belonging to the Moyna Royal Family. The inner part of this fort is spread over an area of around 562500 sq ft. The entire fort is surrounded by a 150 ft wide moat. Read More »
  • Type: Religious Place
Nayagram, Midnapore
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Average Rating
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Nayagram is a region in Midnapore that is famous for the Chandrarekha Gard and Khelar Gard. The Sahasralinga and Rameshwar Nath temples, situated at Daulbar Village, are popular attractions of this area. These ancient temples are situated on the southern side of the... Read More »
  • Type: Place of Worship
Dero Pargana Temple, Midnapore
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Dero Pargana Temple is enshrined with three idols, namely Madhab, Sagar Madhab and Nil Madhab. All the three idols have been carved in blue stone, during the Buddhist period. The Navratna Temple and the Navaratna Lake, built by Majnamutha Jamindar Jadabram's son, are other... Read More »

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