Mubarak Mandi Palace is a fascinating palace complex having a history of more than 150 years. It was the royal residence of the erstwhile Dogra Kings. It is a perfect blend of beautiful architecture, blended with Baroque, Mugal, Rajasthani and European styles that attract thousands of the tourists. The most eye pleasing section is the Sheesh Mahal. The pink hall in this palace has the Dogra art museum exhibiting many valued paintings.
The galleries are beautifully decorated that are arranged for many ceremonies and official functions. It is surrounding by a beautiful courtyard and a fabulous garden for common people as well as royal audience.
Raghunath Temple is built by Maharaja Gulab Singh and his son Maharaja Ranbir Singh again starting in 1851 and finishing in 1857. This lovely temple complex houses seven historical shrines that are decorated with a tower. In this shrine, three major deities are placed of different incarnations of Lord Vishnu, Lord Surya and Lord Shiva.
Bahu Fort is a very impressive structure due to its construction itself and is the oldest fort in Jammu city. Over 300 years back, the fort was constructed by Raja Bahulochan, again renovated by rulers of Dogra in a later period. It houses gorgeous extensive lawns beautifully filled with flowers and plants is a favorite picnic spot. The garden houses lots of attractions ranging from plants, shrubs, big trees and flowers to waterfalls.
Mansar Lake is a very eye-pleasing lake in the midst of lusting greeneries surrounded by forest-covered hills. It is considered as a very shine known from mythological periods sharing the sanctity and legacy of Mansa Sarovar. It is located on the banks of lake known for a snake god. It is believed that it is favourable for newly wedding couples to get blessings of Sheshnag by performing three parikarma around the lake to be purifying the sins.