• BhedaGhat - Marble Rocks.
This small village of Jabalpur district situated on the banks of river Narmada and widely famous for its marble rocks is at a distance about 25 km from Jabalpur by road. Soaring in glittering splendour, the marble rocks at Bhedaghat rise to a hundred feet on either side of the Narmada. The serene loveliness of the scene is one of cool quiet, the sunlight sparkling on the marble-white pinnacles and casting dappled shadows on the pellucid waters. In his Highlands of Central India Captain J. Forsyth speaks eloquently about the infinitely varied beauty of the rocks.
The eye never wearies of the . . . effect produced by the broken and reflected sunlight, now glancing from a pinnacle of snow-white marble reared against the deep blue of the sky as from a point of silver, touching here and there with bright lights the prominence of the middle heights and again losing itself in the soft bluish grays of their recesses.....Here and there the white saccharine limestone is seamed by veins of dark green or black volcanic rock; a contrast which only enhances like a setting of jet, the purity of the surrounding marble.

At Beraghat, the deep green waters of the Narmada weave their way through serrated white cliffs 100 feet high. An unforgettable experience is the boat ride into the gorge in the morning, past several picturesque spots such as Bhul Bhulaiya, Suicide Point and the Monkey's Leap.
The famous BhedaGhat and Dhuandhar has served as a beautiful site for shootings of movies like Jis Des Mein Ganga Bheti Hai, Asoka etc.

  • Dhuandhar
The famous waterfall is located just 25 km from Jabalpur. The Narmada making its way through the Marble Rock's narrows down and then plunges in a waterfall known as Dhuandhar or the smoke casade. So powerful is the plunge that its roar is heard from a far distance. The falls and the breaking of the volume of water at the crest present an awesome spectacle of Nature's power unleashed.

  • Chausath-Yogini (Sixty Four female Yogis).
Situated atop a hill rock and approached by a long flight of steps,the Chausath-Yogini Temple commands a singularly beautiful view of theNarmada flowing through the jagged gorge of Marble Rocks in Bhedaghat. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, this 10th century temple has exquisitely carved stone figures of deities belonging to the Kalchuri period. According to a local legend, this ancient temple is connected to the Gond Queen Durgavati's palace through an underground passage.

  • LamhetaGhat.
  • Bargi Dam.
It is a multipurpose project on river Narmada. It's also a tourist spot, Local authorities have started a
cruise boat which runs on the reservoir of Bargi dam.

  • Rani Durgavati Memorial and Museum.
Dedicated to the memory of the great Queen Durgavati is her memorial and a museum which houses a fine collection of Sculptures,Inscriptions and Prehistoric Relics.
  • Bandhavgarh National Park 
is nearby national reserve forest has the highest density of tigers in the world, making it a good place to see a tiger in its natural habitat. It is in this valley where the white tiger was discovered. For tourists, Nature Heritage, Bandhavgarh Madmouse and GTV Resort Phone No. 07627 265314 are some good lodging options. There are many other resorts in Bandhavgarh as well.
    • Kanha National park
    Jabalpur is nearest big city to go to Kanha National Park which is one of the biggest national parks in India and has the distinction of successfully implemented Project Tiger, as tiger conservation program in India. Every year the park attracts large number of tourists for watching tigers from close proximity. The park is also the birth place of the Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling. Jabalpur also has Bandhavgarhand Pench national reserve forest very close by, and well connected through road. 
    • Shaeed Smarak (Matyrs' Memorial)
    A historic and monumental circular building in what was known as Gole-Bazar during British times and also as Wright Town. Shaheed Smarak is known the world over for its breathtaking fresco (murals or wall-paintings) by the internationally acclaimed artist Beohar Rammanohar Sinha and his colleagues from Santiniketan on the walls, balcony, parapet and gigantic dome. The central theme of the frescoes is India's war of independence fought between 16th and 19th century AD, starting with Rani Durgavati gearing-up against Moghul Emperor Akbar's attack on Gondwana (now Jabalpur and Mandla). Painted by the famous Beohar Rammanohar Sinha, this is the first painting ever made on Rani Durgavati. Dr Rajendra Prasad and Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru visited Jabalpur for the laying of foundation stone and for the inauguration of Shaheed Smarak. The idead of provincial congress committee in 1950s was to construct an auditorium in the shape of a miniaturized version of Delhi's Parliament House with a hall in the middle, a corridor running around it, and rooms for art and cultural activities, art gallery, library, etc., in the periphery. As the then President of PCC, Seth Govindas got the Shaheed Smarak completed very efficiently and well on time. It is currently being looked-after by a Public Trust.
    • D. B. Vallabh Das Palace
    A historic building in the old city area of Hanuman Tal is residence of Malpani family of Jabalpur. It is worth a visit for its architecture, murals and wall paintings.
    • MadanMahal Bastion
    Built by the Gond ruler Maharaja Madan Sahi, in 1116 atop a rocky hill, the fort dominates the skyline and provides a panoramic view of the town and the country side around it.

    • Balancing Rocks
    Jabalpur is also famous for eroded volcanic rock formations called as Balancing Rocks of Jabalpur. This rock is situated near the base of Madan Mahal Fort, in Deotal in a place called Shailparna.

    • SangramSagar and BajnaMath
    These medieval constructions were built by the famous Gond King Sangram Shah between 1480-1540.
    • TilwaraGhat
    From where Mahatma Gandhi's ashes were immersed in the Narmada by Beohar Rajendra Simha, Pandit Ravishankar Shukla, Laxman Singh Chauhan, Seth Govindas, Dwarka Prasad Mishra, etc., and venue of the open session of the Tripuri Congress in 1939.
    • Water Works
    Small wild life reserve and old dam on the way to Dumna airport.
    • BeoharSagar
    A private-owned beautiful reservoir, also known popularly as "BurhanSagar" alongside NH7 (Jabalpur-Sihora section) about 20-25 kms from Jabalpur. It was the summer retreat of the Beohars (ex-Jagirdars of Jabalpur). The natural flow of rain water has been stopped by piling-up earth and lining the ridge with stone blocks thereby creating a reservoir. Several centuries ago, the construction was supervized by one Burhan Burman who worked for the Beohar-family, hence the names "BeoharSagar" and also "BurhanSagar". The village Burhagarh is located on a hillock on top of which stood Haveli of the Beohars. As a guest of Beohar Rajendra Simha in 1933, Mahatma Gandhi stayed here. Beohar Rajendra Simha subsequently named the village "GandhiGram".
    • KachnarCity
    It is a new posh locality in Vijayanagar Jabalpur and is famous for about 70 feet high Lord Shiva statue which houses a cavern with replicas of Shivalingam from important holy shrines of Lord Shiva all over country.