- Susunia Hill –
Susunia Hill is the pride of Bankura. The view from the top point is really enjoyable and will let you forget stress of your daily life. Nature lovers will be able to enjoy a calm ambience.
- Bishnupur –
Bishnupur is a well known tourist spot situated in the eastern part of West Bengal. The place has gained wide popularity for exclusively designed terracotta temples. Also, the museum is popular for displaying ancient sculptures and manuscripts.
- Mukutmonipur –
Mukutmanipur is one of the best picnic spots in Bankura, West Bengal. Situated in the Rarh region of West Bengal, it is adjacent to the dam on the Kangsabati River. This dam has been recognized to be the second biggest earth dams of India.
- Joyrambati –
Joyrambati is a village that is located at a distance of about three miles from Kamarpukur. It is the birthplace of Hridayrama Mukhopadhyaya, nephew of Sri Ramkrishna Dev. The place is surrounded by green pastures and untrimmed meadows.
- Gokul Chand Temple –
The Gokul Chand Temple is the grandest stone temple in West Bengal till date. This temple is located in Gokulagar that is at a stone throw distance from Bishnupur. A great place to get an exposure about precious art works by artists!
- Biharinath Hill –
Biharinath Hill is the tallest hill in West Bengal. It is known for comprising highly dense forest areas in Bankura District. The Hill is situated at a height of 451 metres from the earth level.
Archaeology of Chandraketugarh
Chandreketugarh, situated beside the Bidyadhari River in the North 24 Paragana, West Bengal, exhibits remnants of an important ancient port-city.
Archaeology of Mangalkot
Mangalkot, located at the confluence of river Ajay and the Kunur in the Katwa sub-division of Burdwan district, West Bengal, is an important archaeological site.