Dilwara jain Temple :
These beautifully carved temples built between 11th and and 13th century AD are shree elegance in marble ,dedecated to the jain tirthankar .the vimal varashi temple is the oldest of these dedicated to the first tirthanker .built in 1031 A.d (by vimal shan-a-merchant and representative of them Gujarat rulers )it is a superb example architecture .
The central shrine has an image of rishabh dev and large courtyard with 52 small shrines ,each housing abeauitiful statue of tirthankar with 48 elegantly carved pillars form the entrance to the courtyard .the lun vasahi temple dedicated to the 22nd tirthankar –neminath was built in 1231AD by two brother vastupal and atejpal ministers of raja vir dhawalarules of Gujaral-belonging to the porwel jain community with door casings ,pillars ,architraves and sculptures on porticos the temple is a fine specimen of craftsmanship .
Museum & art Gallery
Located at the raj Bhawan ,it was a collection of archaeological excavations dating back to 8th 12th century ADit alsohas jain bronze carvings ,brassworks etc.for viewing .
Gaumukh Temple :
A natural spring flowing though a famous yagna of sage vashishtha was performed here .A beautifully sculpted hill temple of arbuada the might serpent stands against the beautiful back nearby is the magnificent marble image of nandi ,the celestial bull rescued by arbuada.
Adhar Devi Temple :
The temple is chiselled out of a huge rock reached by a flight of 360 stairs .A favourite tourist spot .
Sunset Point :
Spectacular sight of the setting sun when the hills are covered in the golden glow can be viewed from here .
Also known as andra point , it offers an enchanting view of the verdant plains and valleys. The place looks most beautiful during the dusk hours.
Shri raghunathji temple;
Situated near the ;nakki’ lake is the temple dedicated to shri raghunathji with a beautiful images of the deity that was placed here in 14th century A.D. by shri ramanand the famous hindu preacher.
Gardens & parks ;
Beautifully laid parks and gardens are interspersed throughout the hilly paradise. Ashok vatika , Gandhi park , municipal park , shaitan singh park and terrace garden are some of the noteworthy gardens .
Trevor’s tank [5kms ];
Named after the british engineer who constructed it , trevor’s tank is a delight for birdwatchers with densely wooded hills that are a have to pigeons, peacock and partridges.
Achalgarh ; [8kms ];
An impressive fort with some beautiful jain temple enclosed with in . among the noteworthy temple are achaleswar mahadev temple [1412 A,D.] and kantinath jain temple [1513 A.D. ]. The latter has golg plated images mandakini kund and a sculpture of parmar dharavarsh are situated close to the achaleswar mahadev temple. The fort was built in the 14th century A.D. by rana kumbha and is approachable by a motorable road.
Guru shikhar [15kms ];
The highest peak on the mount [1722mts. ] above the sea level allows a bird’s eye view of the sylvan surroundings of mt. abu.