Historical places in Ayodhya Uttar Pradesh: After visiting Ram Temple, do not forget to explore these top historical places located in Ayodhya


 Today, if any religious place in the country is most discussed, then its name is Ram temple of Ayodhya.

Today, the Ram temple located in Ayodhya has become a sacred religious centre not only for the Indian people but for the entire world. After the consecration of Ram temple in Ayodhya on 22 January 2024, lakhs of devotees come here every day to visit.

The festival of Ram Navami was celebrated with great pomp in Ayodhya a day earlier and lakhs of devotees used to come for darshan on this occasion. Ayodhya, the city of Ram, is famous not only for the Ram temple or Hanumangarhi but also for many other things.

Yes, if you are going to visit the Ram temple in Ayodhya, then do not forget to explore these wonderful and top historical places located around the temple.

Ramkot Ayodhya


Whenever the most famous and popular historical place located in Ayodhya is mentioned, the name of Ramkot is taken. Thousands of tourists come every day to explore this place situated on the banks of river Saryu.

It is said about Ramkot that after conquering Lanka, Hanumangarhi was there and he protected Ram Janmabhoomi and Ramkot from there. It is said that this is a mound and from the mound Hanuman ji used to keep an eye on the entire city. For the people of Ayodhya, Ramkot is not only a historical place but also a holy place.

Queen Huh Memorial Park, Ayodhya


Maybe you know, if not then for your information let us tell you that Queen Huh Memorial Park is a famous and historical park of Ayodhya. This beautiful park has been created inspired by Korean culture.

It is said that this park has been built in the name of Queen Ho of Korea. Let us tell you that a few years ago a team from Korea had come to Ayodhya to see this beautiful park. This park serves to show the historical relationship between India and Korea.

Tulsi Smarak Bhawan Museum


Tulsi Smarak Bhawan Museum, located at the eastern end of the National Highway at Rajgang intersection in Ayodhya, is a historical site as well as a popular tourist destination. This beautiful and famous museum was built in the year 1969 in the memory of Tulsidas.

The Tulsi Memorial Museum has a large library and a research centre. Apart from this, there is also a cultural centre for black performances in this building. It is said about this museum that there is a collection of books, manuscripts and magazines related to Tulsidas and his works. Here you can also see paintings and sculptures inspired by Lord Rama.

Kanak Bhawan 


Kanak Bhawan located in Ayodhya, the city of Ram, is one of those places, which is also considered a historical and sacred place. It is said about Namak Bhawan that it was built by Maharaj Dashrath at the request of his wife Queen Kaikeyi from the architect of the gods, Vishwakarma.

Another story about Kanak Bhawan is that when Mother Sita came to Ayodhya after marrying Lord Rama, Mother Kaikeyi gave this palace to Sita as a gift. The architecture of this historical and sacred palace attracts a lot of tourists. That's why thousands of tourists come here every day to visit.

Explore these places also

There are many other wonderful historical places in Ayodhya that you can explore. You can also explore places like Moti Mahal, Janaki Mahal, Mani Parvat and Bahu Begum's Tomb.