One of the most notable sights is the Sri Surya Pahar, located 12 km. to the south-east of the Goalpara town. Sri Surya Pahar is of great religious significance, which is evident from the relics and sculptures belonging to Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Another notable place in Goalpara is Dadan Hill. There is a temple at the top of the hill, built under the benefaction of the King of Sonipur called Bana. The temple is devoted to Lord Shiva and frequented by pilgrims. A visit to the Majar Shariff of Pir Saheb is also worth visiting. This Majar Sharif located at Jaleswar-Katarihara is dedicated to the Sufi Saint Sayed Nasiruddin Kaderi, popularly known as ‘Bagdadi.’ Many tourists also visit the Pir Majhar of Hazarat Sayed Abul Kasem Kharasani, nestled at the heart of the Goalpara town. This place is frequented by both Muslim and Hindu tourists.
Some other notable religious destinations of Goalpara is Sri Sri Shyamrai Satra, Sri Sri Chaitanya Gaudiya Math, Buraburi Than and more. Sri Sri Chaitanya Gaudiya Math was established at Goalpara in the year 1969, with the motto of expanding Sri Krishna Chaitanya culture. Many tourists also attend the Puja Sangkirtan held regularly in the Math. A visit to the age-old shrine of Nandeswar Devalaya is also a popular activity of the tourists. This temple was set up on the top of Nandeswar hill that stands by the side of the River Dudhnoi. The temple of Nandeswar that dates back to 10th or 11th century is devoted to Lord Shiva. Another religious site of Goalpara is the Sri Sri Joybhum Kamakhya Temple, which is a prominent ‘Sakti Sthal’ of Hinduism. The Tukreswari Temple, located by the side of National Highways 37 at Tukra also offers an easy access to the tourists.