Check Pune Darshan places list for Places to visit in pune.
1) Shaniwar wada :- One of the most famous historical destinations in Pune, Shaniwar Wada was once the centre of Peshwa power. Constructed in 1730 by Bajirao, the mesmerizing palace was destroyed in a fire in 1828. Presently renovated and open for tourists, the palace symbolizes the vibrant heritage of the city.
2) Agakhan Palace :- The beautiful palace was built by Sultan Muhammad Shah Aga Khan in 1892 and till date is one of the most stunning palaces of the country.
3) Dagdusheth ganesh temple :- One of the most famous temples in Pune, this temple is dedicated to Hindu God Lord Ganesha. Built by a Dagdu Seth who was a halwai (sweetmeat seller) by profession, the temple attracts devotees from every part of the country.
4) Vishrambag wada
5) Shinde chhatri
8) Raja Kelkar Museum
10) Pataleshwar Caves :- Pataleshwar Temple in Pune is 8th century temple greets the tourists here. Dedicated to the Lord of the Jungle, the Temple in incomplete in its structure and is built with marvellous stone architecture.
11) Katraj Snake Park
12) Ambedkar Museum :- Ambedkar Museum Dedicated to the life of the Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar
13) Chaturshringi Temple :- Built in the era of the legendary Maratha ruler Shivaji, the historic Temple is dedicated to Goddess Chaturshringi. Located on a small hillock, the Temple offers stunning view of the adjoining areas.
14) Pune University The next stop for Pune Darshan is Pune University which was formerly known as the University of Poona. The sprawling campus comprising an area of 411 acres holds the distinction of being one of the leading centres for research and teaching in the country.
15) Tilak Museum is dedicated to great nationalist leader Lokmanya Tilak. Situated in the press once used by “Kesari”, the Museum displays item related to the legendary leader.