This illustrious industrial township that put modern India squarely on the world map – is a model city, surrounded by a battery of industries and the most scenic landscapes you can think of. There’s much to see and do within the city surrounds. But there’s much more around.

Getting There:

Rail: Tatanagar is nearest railhead and is located on Howrah – Mumbai line on South Eastern Railway.

Road: Roads with all-important places of Jharkhand very well connect Jamshedpur.

Tourist Attraction:

Jubilee Park: In the heart of the city, spread over 225 acres of landscaped and gardened land with fountains and illumination. Modeled on the famous Vrindavan gardens of Bangalore, Jubilee Park has acquired its own, distinctive identity.

Jubilee Amusement Park: Reptile with rides such as those found in Nicco Park, Kolkata.

Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary: Thick forests cover most of this 195sq. km stretch. Sanctuary for wild elephants, barking deer, sloth bear, leopard, tiger, porcupine. Excellent trekking along nature trails in the hill slopes. A small natural museum was also built here. An old Shiva temple at top of the hill is very famous. On Shivaratri day people trek up the hill in numbers.

Sir Dorabji Tata Park: Manicured lawns and brilliant flowerbeds and brilliantly lit fountains provide a delightful touch of colour to the park.

Hudco Lake: It is located in the heart of beautiful, hilly terrain of the Telco Township. Here a rugged tract is transformed by building a man made lake and a nice garden on the slope of a hill. As one stroll up the meandering footpath with stony foot lights one can see the city spread out to the yonder.

Keenan Cricket Stadium: Acknowledge among the finest in India. The lush green outfield can compete with the best in world.

Tata Steel Zoological Park: It is located at the confluence of the rivers Kharkai and Subarnarekha. Housing a wide variety of animals. With its own Safari Park and a lake, which offers, boating facilities in idyllic surroundings.

Bistupur: In the evening the Bistupur main road is a must visit for shoppers. The well-lit streets become resplendent with glittering shopping windows. This is the up market-shopping promenade of the steel city.

Domuthani: The scenic confluence of the Suvarnarekha and Kharkai rivers lies at the northwest lip of the city.


Dimnal Lake & Dam: Dimnal Lake & Dam is situated at 13 km. Away, surrounded by abundant flora, at the foothills of the Dalma range. The lake is 5-7 km. Long and about 2 kms. Wide with a depth of 60-70 ft. The water cycle offers a charming ride.