Jhargram Royal Palace
The Jhargram Palace is the current residence of the Malla Dev Royal family. Situated in Jhargram district, West Bengal, it is a structure combining the Italian and Islamic architecture model. About 10 rooms on the ground floor have been converted into a Heritage Hotel run by the family. The Palace is an opulent Italianate structure, set in carefully laid lawns and gardens which was built in 1922 CE, during the reign of Raja Narasingha Malla Dev Bahadur. In the Palace campus, so evocative of a regal lifestyle, the past comes alive. The entire place is a nostalgia of history and the stay is a feel of Royalty personified. If you are not staying here, then you can catch a glimpse if this place from the royal place gate.
Chilki Garh & Chilki Garh Palace
Located a distance of 12 Kms from Jhargram the Chikligarh Palace and the Durga Mandir are worth a visit. Not much of grandeur is left but still beckons us to view history as it stands. The Long wall around the Palace was made to protect it from Borgis’. The main tributary of the Subarnarekha originates in the north-west portion of the division near Dulungdiha and runs generally in a southern direction near the western boundary of the division.
Kanak Durga Temple
Visit to Kanak Durga Temple gives a thrilling experience of natural beauty. It is about 14 km away from Jhargram town. The century-old temple is located in the forest beside a small river named Dulung. Several uncommon species of trees, birds and monkeys can see here. There’s a spot called Kendua on the way to Kanak Durga. Migratory birds visit the area in winter. A half an hour visit & drive through the dense forest gives a nostalgic experience.
Many migrating birds gather here and staying here for a couple of months, lay their eggs and fly away. It is located between Chilkigarh and Jhargram. It is 9 km away from Jhargram town and situated on the way to Chilkigarh. Migrating birds come here in the month of May, presence of these birds indicate monsoons ahead. By mid-November they fly away for once again to return back in Kendua.
Deer Park [Mini Zoo]
It is located about 3 km from the city and is ideal for children. There are snakes, bears, black rabbits, crocodiles and various kinds of monkeys and trees. The displays, care and awareness are such level to promote conservation of wildlife. Junglemahal Zoological Park will endeavour to breed the endangered species for display, exchange & rehabilitation in the wild. As such the flora & fauna exist in their natural pristine glory unhindered and unaffected. The Junglemahal Zoological Park will be 'Showcase' of rich biodiversity of Lateritic eco-systems of the State of West Bengal.
Belpahari, 35 km from Jhargram, is a major tourist destination in Midnapore District. It is a forest paradise under the Dolma Hills, located at a distance of 45 km from Jhargram. Foothills on Belpahari are thickly forested by a variety of tropical trees. Sal, Mahua, Piyal, Sonajhuri, Shirish and Eucalyptus are some of the common hardwood trees.
Gopiballavpur Eco Park
Gopiballavpur Eco Park is modelled on Kolkata Eco Park. Adorned with greenery, this newly constructed park is nicely situated on the riverbank of Subarnarekha. This Park Establised on 2017 about 36km. from Jhargram town.
Composed of 10 acres area, this entertaining park is situated in Salboni of Jhargram. At a distance of 10 km from the station and close to NH6 highway make it easily accessible for tourists.
Gurrasini Hill lock is an interesting place near at Belapahari. At the base there is an Ashram and at the top there is a temple. The religious program of the ashram and such a beautiful environment always gives the visitors a Tapovan type ambience. A pathway upwards filled with only stones takes visitors to the top in around 20-25 minutes. It was a wonderful place heading through the forest. Finally at the top it is cool and great view. Overall a couple of hours is required for Gurrasini trek.