The Munger District in Bihar is famous for the ancient Sita Kund, a holy hot water spring. The Ram Kund, Lakshman Kund, Bharat Kund and Shatrugan Kund are some of the other kunds located in the district. Another important attraction of the region is the Chandisthana which is dedicated to Goddess Chandi, a form of Devi Sati.
The Munger Fort is a popular tourist attraction, constructed by the Mohammedan kings. The fort has the Kastaharni Ghat, tomb of Pir Shah Nufa, Mullah Mohammad Sayyid grave and Bihar School of Yoga.
The Karnachaura, a natural rocky hillock, is the highest point of the Munger Fort, from where the entire region can be viewed. There is another hillock within the Munger Fort, known as the Rectangular Mound, where British rulers found underground rooms, a well and two arched passages. The Red Fort in Munger is similar in architecture to the forts in Delhi and Agra.
The gurudwara at Piparpanti and Ucheswar Nath temple in Kharagpur are two important pilgrimage places of the Munger District. The Kharagpur Lake, Kharagpur Catholic Church, Kakandi Teerth and Goenka Shivalaya are situated close to Munger. The Bhimbandh Wildlife Sanctuary, situated near the Bhimband village, is a natural habitat of several animals such as nilgai, wild boar, tiger and panther.