Fascinating tourist spots surround Nagpur Junction Railway Station’s location. Upon stepping out of the station, you can explore cultural landmarks like museums and natural attractions like parks and lakes, including:
Located at a distance of 1 kilometer from the NGP Station, Kasturchand Park is one of the preferred destinations in the city for conventions and trade fairs. The park is also famous for its grand Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations.
The Sitabuldi Fort has great historical significance. Situated 1.7 kilometers from the NGP Station, the Fort was built by Mudhoji II Bhosle before fighting against the British in the Third Anglo-Maratha War. Soldiers who died in the Great Revolt of 1857 - including Tipu Sultan’s grandson - were buried in graves in the Fort. Now it is used by the Indian Army’s 118 infantry battalion.
Japanese Rose Garden
This soulful relaxation spot is a nature lover’s paradise. The garden hosts a variety of roses grown using techniques native to Japan. The garden's beauty makes it a top tourist spot for visitors, while locals visit it for morning walks and picnics.
Narrow Gauge Rail Museum
Located 1.8 kilometers from the NGP Station, the Narrow Gauge Rail Museum commemorates the history of the Indian railway system. Inaugurated in 2002, the museum houses galleries and displays of working trains, locos, steam engines and builder plates. The compound also has an amusement park and toy trains for kids.
Built by the Bhosle dynasty rulers, the Maharajbagh Zoo is home to various animals like peacocks, lions, and leopards. Recent additions to the zoo include scenic botanical gardens with rare plant species. With local schools organizing frequent educational trip