Sirohi District is a famous Jain pilgrimage centre in Rajasthan and has several ancient temples, teerths and historical villages. The village of Ajari is the main attraction of the district, renowned for a temple devoted to Lord Mahadev and Goddess Saraswati. Another attraction of Sirohi is the Vasant Garh, located on the shores of River Saraswati.
Varman Village, also known as Brahmana, is popular for the old Sun temple that dates back to the 7th century AD. Some of the other places like the Sirohi Fort, Goyli, Posaliya and This King's Place are also frequented locations. Sirohi also has several popular temples, such as the Mahadev Temple, Saraswati Temple, Markundeshwar Mahadeo Mandir and Jabeshwar Mahadev Temple.
Sirohi is known for Jain temples like the Karodidhwaj Temple, Ambeshwar Ji Temple, Bamanvad Ji Temple and Jirawal Temple. The Mirpur Temple, built in the 9th century is dedicated to the 23th Jain Tirthankara, Lord Parshvanath. The Sharneshwar Ji Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva and Lord Hanuman, is another major attraction of the district.
The Pava Puri Tirth Dham is known for a nearly 2 ft tall idol of Shri Shankheshwar Parshvanath, the 23rd Tirthankara. Mount Abu, the only hill station in Rajasthan, is at an altitude of 1,220 m above sea level. It is famous for tourist spots like the St. Lawrence Church, Government Museum, Tejpal Temple and Khartar Vashi Temple.
Other important teerths in the district are the Radbar Teerth, Shri Beda Teerth, Shri Lotana Teerth and Shri Mundasthal Teerth. The Bhateshwar Mahadeo Basantgarh, Chandrawati Nagari, Banas Dam, Delwada Jain Mandir, Kesar Villa Palace and the Vishnu, Dattatriya and Bramha Mandir are other popular attractions of this district.