Gandhi Ashram is the most popular tourist place in the city. It is mostly visited by history interested tourists due to its historical importance. It was the home of 'Father of Nation' Mahatma Gandhi. It was the most popular place in the country in the past where most of the activities has taken place for freedom struggle.
Gandhi Ashram was the home of many Indian freedom fighters. Museum is also created on the theme of 'Mahatma Gandhi', to display the important events information, letters, photographs and other related stuff.
Kankaria lake was built up by Sultan Kutubuddin in 15th century in Ahmedabad. It was widely known as 'Qutub Hojj' or 'Hauj-e-Kutub' at the time of its completion in 1451 CE. A beautiful garden is also situated on the middle of the lake which is known as Nagina wadi. In Urdu, Nagina wadi is referred as a beautiful garden.
Kankaria Lake’s length is 2.25 square km which is situated in the southern part of the city in Maninagar area. This lake has so many picnic related facilities such as Kids City (Kids play area), Toy Train, Zoo, Water Rides, Food Stalls, Entertainment, Tethered Balloon Ride and much more.
Located at the Sarkhej Gandhinagar Highway, Science City is an ambitious initiative of the government of Gujarat to trigger an inquiry of science in the mind of a common citizen with the aid of entertainment and experiential knowledge. Covering an area of more than 107 hectares, the idea is to create imaginative exhibits, virtual reality activity corners, and live demonstrations in an easily understandable manner.
Currently the 3D Imax theater, musical dancing fountain, energy park and simulation rides interest visitors.
The mosque of Sidi Sayed is one of the most prominent mosques in the Ahmedabad city. Constructed in the year 1573, the mosque was established by Sidi Sayed, a slave of Sultan Ahmed Shah.
The Jali screen windows represent the Indo-Saracenic styling, which is admired by people all over the world. Consisting of delicately carved windows, the mosque is known for its stone tracery.
Adalaj is a small village, situated at a distance of 18 km to the north of Ahmedabad. Vav means a step well. Adalaj Vav was built by Queen Rudabai, in 1499 AD. A beautifully chiseled step well, Adalaj Vav is counted amongst the finest architectural structures of Gujarat.
With time, the well has become a memorial of the love of the queen for her husband. One can still see water in the well which is a living example of spirit of the queen.
Sabarmati Riverfront is a waterfront developed along banks of Sabarmati river in the city of Ahmedabad, India. It is being developed by Sabarmati River Front Development Corporation Limited (SRFDCL), a special purpose vehicle of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation for project.
It is good place for car lovers. The museum has a cool collection of vintage cars. The Auto World Vintage Car Museum is a glittering feather in Ahmedabad’s cap. It has been developed and proudly nurtured by Pranlal Bhogilal.
The Jama Masjid is one of the oldest mosques in Ahmedabad which was built in the year 1424 during the era of Ahmed Shah. There are total 15 domes and 260 spires in the mosque. Jama Masjid meaning in English is “Friday’s Mosque” i.e. Jama=Friday and Masjid=Mosque. Jama Masjid was inaugurated by the Sultan Ahmad Shah-I on 4th January, 1424 for private use of the sultans. For so many decades, it is being used by the public of the city for prayers.
ISKCON is the abbreviation for International Society for Krishna Consciousness. This temple depicts Lord Krishna with his beloved lover Radha, who is regarded as the epitome of true love.
The temple with its calm and peaceful atmosphere offers the perfect spot to spend some quiet time with oneself. This is celebrated on the day following Krishna's birthday.
Known as Shaking Minaret or Jhulta Minar, this is an epitome of historic architecture. When one minarets is shaken the other one begins to vibrate.
The mosque was built by master craftsmen and the crucial mechanism that causes the vibration is still a mystery.