Kota is the only city in Rajasthan with a permanent river called Chambal. Kota today has an atomic power station and one of Asia's largest fertiliser and chemical plant. The Kota Stone is world famed.
City Fort Palace- City Fort Palace, located on the eastern edges of the River Chambal in Kota, is known for having the largest fort complexes in Rajasthan.
Government Museum- The museum has an exceptional collection of old coins, ancient manuscripts, and Hadotio sculptures. Among all the sculptures exhibited here, the statue brought from Baroli is the most incredible one.
Sitabari– Sitabari is a popular religious site situated close to Baran. According to the Hindu mythology, the Hindu Goddess Sita, the wife of Lord Rama gave birth to Luv and Kush at this place.
Chambal Garden– The Chambal Garden is situated on the banks of the Chambal River at the Amar Niwas. A pond located in the middle of the garden is home to some crocodiles. A suspension bridge is also built over this pond. This beautiful park serves as a perfect picnic spot as it is located amid picturesque surroundings
Alnea– Alnea is a place located close to Kota and is famous for its prehistoric carvings. . These were carved using sharp tools made of rocks and stones. The rock carvings are mostly inspired from the ancient folktales.
Haveli of Devta Shridharji– Haveli of Devta Shridharji, a beautiful structure and a popular tourist attraction is located in the middle of the main market in Kota. The place is basically popular for its wall paintings and frescoes.
Gurudwara Azamgarh Sahib– Gurudwara Azamgarh Sahib holds a great religious significance among the Sikhs. There is a pair of wooden slippers and a dagger in the Gurudwara and believed that these things belong to Guru Nanak, the 10th Guru of the Sikhs.
Jagmandir Palace– Jagmandir Palace was constructed in 1740 by one of the queens of Kota in amidst of the beautiful Kishore Sagar Lake for recreation of the former kings of Kota. The palace is made up of beautiful red sandstone and looks really splendid. Tourists can see the reflection of the palace in the pellucid waters of the lake as they enjoy boating. Keshar Bagh, which is popular for its royal cenotaphs, is located in the vicinity of the palace.