Patna Museum: Also known as Jadu Ghar, the Patna Museum is one of the prime tourist attractions here. There is a wide collection of stone and bronze sculptures and terracotta figures of Hindu and Buddhist artists belonging to the ancient and medieval times. The most prized collection of this museum is Didarganj Yakshi.
State Secretariat: The building which houses the State Secretariat, is a significant one with its Clock Tower and the Martyrs’ Memorial commemorating the death of seven school and college students who were killed by the British army during the Quit India movement of 1942.
Patna Planetarium: Your visit to Patna will not be complete, in its real sense, without a visit to the largest Planetarium in Asia. It is frequented by innumerable domestic as well as foreign tourists. Regular film shows on astronomy and exhibitions are also conducted here.
Qila House: Also known as Jalan House, it is a treasure trove of interesting jade collections, Chinese paintings and various far-eastern works of art that were collected by Diwan Bahadur Radhakrishan Jalan.
HI Tourist information Patna is an important gateway to Bihar and is home to many enchanting sites. Enjoy your travel to Patna and explore its charm through tour packages that would give you true value for money. There are many tour packages available and the duration may last from 9 days to as long as 13 days. Some of the famous packages cover nearby destinations, like the Buddhist Pilgrimage Tour (12 Nights/13 Days) and Buddhist Heritage Tour (8 Nights/9 Days).