Jhansi Fort

One Day Jhansi-Orchha Sightseeing Trip By Cab

Jhansi is a historic city in Uttar Pradesh, India, that is famous for its role in the Indian Rebellion of 1857 and the bravery of Rani Lakshmibai, the queen of Jhansi. Jhansi is also a gateway to the nearby town of Orchha, which was the capital of the Bundela kingdom and has many ancient monuments and temples. A One Day Jhansi-Orchha Sightseeing Trip by cab is a great way to explore the rich heritage and culture of Jhansi and Orchha in a comfortable and convenient manner.

In One Day Jhansi-Orchha Sightseeing Trip, you will visit some of the most popular attractions of Jhansi and Orchha, such as:

  • Jhansi Fort:
  • Rani Mahal:
  • St. Jude’s Shrine:
  • Orchha Fort complex:
  • Cenotaph of Raja Gangadhar Rao:
  • Jhansi Government Museum:
  • Panchatantra Park: A

One Day Jhansi-Orchha Sightseeing Trip is ideal for families, couples, friends, solo travelers, and pilgrims who want to make the most of their visit to Jhansi and Orchha. You will enjoy the convenience of a private cab, the guidance of a professional driver, and the flexibility of choosing your own pace and preferences. Book your one day Jhansi sightseeing trip by cab today and get ready for an unforgettable experience.


Overview of One Day Jhansi-Orchha Sightseeing Trip By Cab

Jhansi is a historic city in Uttar Pradesh, India, that is famous for its role in the Indian Rebellion of 1857 and the bravery of Rani Lakshmibai, the queen of Jhansi. Jhansi is also a gateway to the nearby town of Orchha, which was the capital of the Bundela kingdom and has many ancient monuments and temples. A One Day Jhansi-Orchha Sightseeing Trip by cab is a great way to explore the rich heritage and culture of Jhansi and Orchha in a comfortable and convenient manner.

The best time to visit Jhansi is pre-winters (October-November) and spring (February-March) when the climate is perfect for sightseeing. February is also the time when the popular Jhansi Festival takes place attracting tourists from far and wide.

Some of the best places to visit in Jhansi are:

  • Jhansi Fort: A 17th-century fortress that was the site of the heroic resistance of Rani Lakshmibai against the British in 1857.
  • Rani Mahal: The former palace and residence of Rani Lakshmibai, which is now a museum displaying artefacts from the 9th century and the life of the queen.
  • St. Jude’s Shrine: A Catholic church dedicated to St. Jude, the patron saint of hopeless cases.
  • Orchha Fort complex: A historical town that houses many ancient monuments, such as the Raj Mahal, the Jahangir Mahal, the Ram Raja Temple, and the Chaturbhuj Temple.
  • Cenotaph of Raja Gangadhar Rao: A simple and elegant memorial built by Rani Lakshmibai in honor of her husband, who died in 1853.
  • Jhansi Government Museum: A museum that showcases the rich heritage and culture of Jhansi and the surrounding regions.
  • Panchatantra Park: An animal-themed park mainly for children, based on the famous book by Vishnu Sharma.

Some of the best things to do in Jhansi are:

  • Enjoy the panoramic views of the city from the Jhansi Fort and witness the light and sound show in the evening.
  • Admire the architecture and paintings of the Rani Mahal and pay tribute to the brave warrior queen.
  • Pray and seek blessings at the St. Jude’s Shrine and marvel at its beautiful stained glass windows, paintings, and statues.
  • Explore the Orchha Fort complex and admire the grandeur and elegance of its structures and the scenic views of the Betwa river.
  • Visit the Cenotaph of Raja Gangadhar Rao and the Lakshmi Narayan Temple nearby and appreciate their simplicity and beauty.
  • Learn about the history and culture of Jhansi and the surrounding regions at the Jhansi Government Museum and see the collection of weapons, coins, paintings, sculptures, manuscripts, and other artefacts.
  • Have fun and relax at the Panchatantra Park with your family and friends and enjoy the animal-shaped slides, swings, and rides for the kids, as well as a jogging track and a fountain for the adults.

Book your One Day Jhansi-Orchha Sightseeing Trip by cab today and get ready for an unforgettable experience.


Highlights of Jhansi-Orchha One day Tour by cab are:

  • Duration: Total Duration Morning 09.00 am to 5.00 pm (8 hr). (Full-Day Jhansi-Orchha One day Tour By cab
  • Private Cab )Not Shared)
  • Experienced Cab Drivers.
  • AC Cab
  • Pickup & Drop From Home / Hotel From Jhansi-Orchha.
  • Exploring the Jhansi Fort, a 17th-century fortress that was the site of the heroic resistance of Rani Lakshmibai against the British in 1857.
  • Visiting the Rani Mahal, the former palace and residence of Rani Lakshmibai, which is now a museum displaying artefacts from the 9th century and the life of the queen.
  • Praying and seeking blessings at the St. Jude’s Shrine, a Catholic church dedicated to St. Jude, the patron saint of hopeless cases.
  • Admiring the grandeur and elegance of the Orchha Fort complex, a historical town that houses many ancient monuments, such as the Raj Mahal, the Jahangir Mahal, the Ram Raja Temple, and the Chaturbhuj Temple.
  • Paying tribute to the Cenotaph of Raja Gangadhar Rao, a simple and elegant memorial built by Rani Lakshmibai in honor of her husband, who died in 1853.
  • Learning about the history and culture of Jhansi and the surrounding regions at the Jhansi Government Museum, which showcases the rich heritage and culture of Jhansi and the surrounding regions.
  • Having fun and relaxing at the Panchatantra Park, an animal-themed park mainly for children, based on the famous book by Vishnu Sharma.

Itinerary Of One Day Jhansi-Orchha Local Sightseeing Tour Package by Car.

The pick-up will be from Jhansi-Orchha 8.00 am and 9.00 am

PlaceTimingEntry FeeDuration
Jhansi Fort8:00 AM – 6:00 PMINR 5 for Indians, INR 200 for foreigners2-3 hours
Rani Mahal Jhansi7:00 AM – 5:30 PMINR 252 hours
St. Jude’s Shrine5:00 AM – 9:00 AM, 4:00 PM – 8:00 PMFree entry30 min – 1 hour
Orchha Fort9:00 AM – 6:00 PMINR 10 for Indians, INR 250 for foreignersOver 2 hours
Cenotaph of Raja Gangadhar Rao9:00 AM – 6:00 PMINR 2001 hour
Jhansi Govt Museum10:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Closed on Monday and every second Saturday of the month)INR 5 for Indians, INR 25 for foreigners1-2 hours
Panchatantra Park6:00 AM – 8:00 PMINR 202-3 hours

Your location in Jhansi-Orchha will be drop off between 5.00 pm.


Package for One Day Jhansi-Orchha Local Sightseeing Trip by Private cab.


What Is Including and Excluding In One Day Jhansi-Orchha Local Sightseeing Trip by cab?

Including Package

  • Pick-Up And Drop From Hotel Or Home
  • Selected Cab Charges.
  • Driver Charges.
  • Toll Charges.
  • Parking Charges.

Excluding Package

  • Multiple Pickup And Drop.
  • Accommodation.
  • Food (Lunch, Breakfast, or any Food.)
  • Entry Fee. (Some Places Charge Entry Fee.

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Things to do & Must see places to Visit Jhansi-Orchha : during Jhansi-Orchha One day Tour By cab

Jhansi Fort

Jhansi Fort

Overview

Jhansi Fort is a 17th-century fortress that was the site of the heroic resistance of Rani Lakshmibai against the British in 1857. The fort has 10 gates and several monuments, such as the Baradari, the Kal Kothari, the Ganesha and Shiva temples, and a museum that displays the artefacts from the Chandela dynasty and the life of the queen.

Location

Jhansi Fort is located at the top of Bagira, a hill situated in Uttar Pradesh in the northern part of India. It is about 4 km away from the Jhansi railway station.

Timing/Entry fees

The fort is open from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM every day. The entry fee is INR 5 for Indians and INR 200 for foreigners.

Things to do

Visitors can explore the fort and its monuments, learn about the history and culture of Jhansi and the Bundela Rajputs, enjoy the panoramic views of the city from the fort, and watch the light and sound show in the evening.

Significance

Jhansi Fort is a symbol of the bravery and patriotism of Rani Lakshmibai and her army, who fought valiantly against the British colonial rule. The fort is also a testimony of the rich heritage and architecture of the Bundela dynasty.

Rani Mahal Jhansi

Rani Mahal Jhansi

Overview

Rani Mahal Jhansi is the former palace and residence of Rani Lakshmibai, the queen of Jhansi. It was built by Raghu Nath-II in the 18th century and was partly destroyed during the Indian Rebellion of 1857. It is now a museum that exhibits the artefacts from the 9th century and the life of the queen.

Location

Rani Mahal Jhansi is located in the Manik Chowk area of Jhansi, near the Jhansi Fort. It is about 3 km away from the Jhansi railway station.

Timing/Entry fees

The palace is open from 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM every day. The entry fee is INR 25.

Things to do

Visitors can admire the architecture and paintings of the palace, which has six halls and a Darbar hall. They can also see the various sculptures, weapons, clothes, and paintings that belong to the Chandela dynasty and the queen.

Significance

Rani Mahal Jhansi is a place of historical importance, as it was the home of Rani Lakshmibai, one of the most prominent figures of the Indian freedom struggle. The palace also showcases the culture and art of the medieval period of India.

St. Jude’s Shrine

St. Jude’s Shrine

Overview

St. Jude’s Shrine is a Roman Catholic Latin Rite shrine that is dedicated to St. Jude Thaddeus, the patron saint of hopeless cases. It was built by Francis Xavier Fenech in the Cantonment area of Jhansi. It is one of the popular churches among the Catholic community in the state.

Location

St. Jude’s Shrine is located in the Cantonment area of Jhansi, near the Nataraj Sarovar Portico hotel. It is about 6 km away from the Jhansi railway station.

Timing/Entry fees

The shrine is open from 5:00 AM to 9:00 AM and from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM every day. There is no entry fee.

Things to do

Visitors can pray and seek blessings at the shrine, which has a beautiful altar and a statue of St. Jude. They can also attend the daily mass and the Sunday mass, which are conducted in Hindi and English. They can also participate in the Feast of St. Jude, which is celebrated on October 28 every year.

Significance

St. Jude’s Shrine is a place of faith and devotion, where many people come to seek the intercession of St. Jude for their problems and difficulties. The shrine also serves as a centre of spiritual and social activities for the Catholic community in Jhansi.

Orchha Fort

Orchha Fort

Overview

Orchha Fort is a historical town that houses many ancient monuments, such as the Raj Mahal, the Jahangir Mahal, the Ram Raja Temple, and the Chaturbhuj Temple. It was built by the Bundela Rajput Rudra Pratap Singh in the 16th century and was the capital of the Orchha State. The fort complex exhibits the Rajput and Mughal architecture and the paintings and stone carvings of the Bundela dynasty.

Location

Orchha Fort is located in the Orchha town of Tikamgarh district, near the confluence of Betwa and Jamni rivers. It is about 16 km away from Jhansi and can be reached by road or rail.

Timing/Entry fees

The fort complex is open from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM every day. The entry fee is INR 10 for Indians and INR 250 for foreigners.

Things to do

Visitors can explore the fort and its monuments, which have many chambers, courtyards, balconies, and domes. They can also see the murals and frescoes that depict the religious and secular themes of the Bundela culture. They can also enjoy the scenic views of the river and the surrounding landscape from the fort.

Significance

Orchha Fort is a place of historical and cultural significance, as it reflects the glory and splendour of the Orchha State and the Bundela dynasty. The fort also has a religious importance, as it has the Ram Raja Temple, which is the only place in India where Lord Rama is worshipped as a king.

Cenotaph of Raja Gangadhar Rao

Cenotaph of Raja Gangadhar Rao, visit during one day Jhansi-Orchha sightseeing trip by cab

Overview

The Cenotaph of Raja Gangadhar Rao is a simple and elegant memorial built by Rani Lakshmibai in honor of her husband, who died in 1853. Raja Gangadhar Rao was the king of Jhansi and the adoptive father of Damodar Rao, who was the heir of the Jhansi throne. The cenotaph is set within a quadrangular walled structure and has two domed structures.

Location

The Cenotaph of Raja Gangadhar Rao is located near Mahalakshmi temple beside the Lakshmi Lake in Jhansi. It is about 2 km away from the Jhansi Fort.

Timing/Entry fees

The cenotaph is open from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM every day. The entry fee is INR 200.

Things to do

Visitors can pay tribute to the king and the queen, who were the prominent figures of the Indian freedom struggle. They can also see the scriptures and the garden around the cenotaph. They can also visit the nearby Mahalakshmi temple and the Lakshmi Lake.

Significance

The Cenotaph of Raja Gangadhar Rao is a place of historical and emotional value, as it represents the love and respect of Rani Lakshmibai for her husband. The cenotaph also reminds us of the sacrifice and courage of the king and the queen, who fought for the independence and dignity of Jhansi.

Jhansi Govt Museum

Jhansi Govt Museum, visit during one day Jhansi-Orchha sightseeing trip by cab

Overview

Jhansi Govt Museum is one of the iconic museums of India that showcases the history and culture of Jhansi and the surrounding regions. The museum houses various statues, weapons, photographs and dresses that date back to the Chandela dynasty and the Gupta dynasty. The museum also has a gallery dedicated to Rani Lakshmibai, which displays the photographs and paintings of the queen and the revolt of 1857.

Location

Jhansi Govt Museum is located in the Jhokan Bagh area of Jhansi, near the Jhansi Fort. It is about 1.5 km away from the Jhansi railway station.

Timing/Entry fees

The museum is open from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM every day, except Monday and every second Saturday of the month. The entry fee is INR 5 for Indians and INR 25 for foreigners. The camera fee is INR 20.

Things to do

Visitors can see the various artefacts and relics from the bygone eras, such as the coins, terracottas, paintings, manuscripts, and sculptures. They can also learn about the history and culture of Jhansi and the Bundela Rajputs. They can also admire the portrait and the sword of Rani Lakshmibai, which are the main attractions of the museum.

Significance

Jhansi Govt Museum is a place of educational and cultural importance, as it preserves and exhibits the rich heritage and legacy of Jhansi and the Bundela dynasty. The museum also pays tribute to Rani Lakshmibai and her role in the Indian freedom struggle.

Panchatantra Park

Panchatantra Park, visit during one day Jhansi-Orchha sightseeing trip by cab

Overview

Panchatantra Park is an animal-themed park mainly for children based on the ‘Panchatantra’ book by Vishnu Sharma. The park has several animal-themed slides, swings, and rides for the children, as well as a jogging track and a fountain for the adults. The park was developed by the Jhansi Development Authority on a vast stretch of a green patch in the middle of the city of Jhansi.

Location

Panchatantra Park is located in the journalist’s colony of Khajaguda, near the Nataraj Sarovar Portico hotel. It is about 6 km away from the Jhansi railway station.

Timing/Entry fees

The park is open from 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM every day. The entry fee is INR 20.

Things to do

Visitors can have fun and relax at the park with their family and friends. They can enjoy the animal-shaped slides, swings, and rides for the kids, as well as a jogging track and a fountain for the adults. They can also learn about the moral stories and the characters of the Panchatantra book.

Significance

Panchatantra Park is a place of entertainment and learning for children, as it helps them to develop their imagination and creativity through the Panchatantra stories. The park also provides a refreshing and pollution-free environment for the visitors, away from the hustle-bustle of the city.


FAQ’s

Q: What is the best time to visit Jhansi?

A: The best time to visit Jhansi is pre-winters (October-November) and spring (February-March) when the climate is perfect for sightseeing. February is also the time when the popular Jhansi Festival takes place attracting tourists from far and wide.

Q: What are the best places to visit in Jhansi?

A: Some of the best places to visit in Jhansi are:
Jhansi Fort:
St. Jude’s Shrine:
Orchha Fort complex:
Cenotaph of Raja Gangadhar Rao:
Jhansi Government Museum:
Panchatantra Park:

Q: What other places to visit in Jhansi – Orchha?

Barua Sagar Tal:
Rai Praveen Mahal:
Orchha Wildlife Sanctuary:
Rani Lakshmi Bai Park:
Herbal Garden Jhansi:


Conclusion

A one day Jhansi-Orchha sightseeing trip by cab is a great way to explore the rich heritage and culture of Jhansi and Orchha in a comfortable and convenient manner. You will visit some of the most popular attractions of Jhansi and Orchha, such as the Jhansi Fort, the Rani Mahal, the St. Jude’s Shrine, the Orchha Fort complex, the Cenotaph of Raja Gangadhar Rao, the Jhansi Government Museum, and the Panchatantra Park. You will enjoy the convenience of a private cab, the guidance of a professional driver, and the flexibility of choosing your own pace and preferences. Book your one day Jhansi sightseeing trip by cab today and get ready for an unforgettable experience.

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