Jalandhar’s attractions include museums, monuments and innumerable religious sites. Devi Talab Mandir is one of the most popular attractions of the city, which is one of the fifty one Shakti Peeths and it is believed that Mata Sati's right breast fell here. The Shiva Mandir, built by the Nawab of Sultanpur Lodhi, is a notable attraction of the city. It is a perfect blend of Hindu and Islamic styles of architecture.
Some of the other spectacular monuments in Jalandhar are the Tulsi Mandir, Sodal Mandir, Kartarpur Gurudwara and Moorish Mosque. Tourists can also visit the St. Mary's Cathedral Church built by Rev. Fr. John McDonnell in 1947.
Rangla Punjab Haveli is a traditional Punjabi village themed resort on the Jalandhar Phagwara Highway, which is popular for its old Punjabi charm and the all-vegetarian menu of Punjabi dishes.
Those interested in scientific theories can visit the Pushpa Gujral Science City, which offers Digital Planetarium Show, LASER Show, Virtual 3D Show, Flight Simulator or Earthquake Simulator, Science City Galleries and Exhibits.