Characteristic of rich history, culture and tradition, Beed is a popular tourist destination in Maharashtra. The most famous sightseeing attraction in the district is Parli Vaijnath, which is one of the Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. The City of Beed is also surrounded by numerous attractions like Kankaleshwar Temple, which was built by Queen Ahilyabai Holkar. In front of this temple is another popular temple called Khandoba Temple, which is quintessential of Hemadpanthi style.
Tourists can also visit Yogeshwari Temple in Ambajogai and Bankat Swami Temple in Neknoor. Gorakshanath Temple, Beteshwar Temple and Dev Dahiphal are among other ancient temples available in the district. Tourists can also head towards Ashvalinga Temple, which is situated in Pimplewadi. Chakarwadi, the Samadhi of great Saint Dnyaneshwar Mauli, is also a famous tourist attraction in Beed.
Limbaganesh is an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Ganpati, which is frequented by tourists. Other notable tourist attractions in Beed district are the Kapildhara Waterfall, Shaheshawali Dargah, Peacock Sanctuary and Bendsura Dam at Beed. Tourists can visit Kille Dharur Fort in Dharur, Shivaji Chouk, Shri Vaidyanath Mandir and Rameswhar Temple. Sautada Waterfall, Khajana Bawadi, Kankaleshwar, Jatashankar Temple and Khandeshwari Temple are among other popular tourist attractions of Beed.