The major attractions for sightseeing in Nalbari, include the ancient temples located in and around the district. The famous temple of this place is the Hari Mandir, which is known for the Ras Mahotsava festival, held here for 15 days. The Billeshwar Temple here, is dedicated to Lord Krishna and is the main attraction of Nalbari. It is an ancient temple with a long history that dates back to 500 years ago. Besides, there are other tourist attractions such as a Buddhist Temple, Shripur Dewalay Mandir, Daulashal Temple, Bagheshwari Dewbahar Guri Dewalay, Jaypal Than, Thetha Gohain and Basudeb Devalay.
Other than the temples, there are other religious places, such as a church in Barama, located 15 km from Nalbari Town, the Catholic Church in Doomni Tea Estate and a mosque in Nalbari Town. There is a place called Sonkuriha in Nalbari, which acts as a home for migratory birds. It is also visited by tourists in winter, for picnicking.
The Ganga Pukhuri Pond, located in the village of Barkuriha of Upper Barbhag, is around 7 km south of Nalbari. According to legends, the pond is said to have been dug by Gangadhar, a Brahmin. Ashok Astami, a mela, is held here annually and devotees flock to this village to pay homage to departed souls.
Mahmara Pukhuri, dug by a king of the Ahoms, was made with the sacrifice of a buffalo, to eliminate water scarcity in village..There is a rampart here, constructed by a king named Fenguwa, for the unity of his kingdom and for his own safety, which is 3.2 km long.