Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Math
The prime attraction of Nabadwip, the temple is devoted to Lord Chaitanya, a reincarnation of Lord Krishna who is believed to have been born in Nabadwip. The foundation was laid 1941 with a mere hut but over the years, the temple has grown to become one of the most magnificent sights of Nabadwip.
This temple built by the International Society of Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) is another beautiful spectacle built in the reverence of Lord Krishna. The beautiful temple houses many Krishna idols.
Radha rani Temple
One of the most popular temples of Nabadwip, Radha Rani Temple is a symbol of Goddess Radha's love for Lord Krishna. The tale behind the temple is that Radha got angry with Lord Krishna and went into the jungle to avoid him.
Sri Devananda Gaudiya Math
Dedicated to deities Lord Gaura and Lord Gadadhara, this temple is a few hundred years old, built in Champahatti in one of the islands in Navadwipa known as Koladvipa. The temple underwent some much needed renovation a few years ago through which much of its charm has been preserved.
Sri Mahaprabhu Mandir
One of the most revered temples of Nabadwip, Sri Mahaprabhu Temple is located in Srivasa Angan. The temple is subdivided into three shrines. The first is devoted Radha Krishna and Lord Chaitanya. The second to Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, for his maha-prakasa-lila, the time when he became the supreme personality of Godhead and the third is dedicated to Sri Sri Gaura-Nitai.
Another temple in Nabadwip is the Shiv Mandir. Contrary to the well maintained, modern looking temples, this temple has been preserved in its pristine form.
Purbasthali Bird Sanctuary
Located at about 8 km off Nabadwip, this bird sanctuary is yet another offering to the thousands of tourists who make their way to this land of Krishna every year. Road connection from Navadwipa is convenient to make a day trip to the sanctuary. With its 3 km long oxbow lake, the sanctuary has hundreds of species of birds and is known to have the clearest waters in all of the wetlands. The place is sure a photographer’s paradise.
Pushpa Samadhi Mandir
A memorial to ISKCON's Founder Srila Prabhupada, this place is one of the main attractions. The main shrine is surrounded by a museum depicting his life using different exhibits.