Visit Top Places Around Khajuraho
With the Radisson as your home base, you can easily access a wealth of places around the hotel, including the Western Group of Khajuraho Temples, the Archaeological Museum and the State Museum of Tribal and Folk Arts. Located just three kilometres from the airport and minutes from the bustling city centre, we provide a convenient location for exploring popular area hotspots and attending exciting festivals like the Khajuraho Dance Festival and the Deepawali Festival.
The hotel puts you close to the following attractions:
- Archaeological Museum (2.2 km)
This open-air museum offers the story of India as depicted through the display of major historic items and sculptures like the Nritta Ganesha, a depiction of the Hindu god Ganesha.
- Pandav Falls (34 km)
Don't miss this popular attraction, said to be inhabited by the exiled Pandava brothers from the Hindu epic Mahabharata. These picture-perfect waterfalls are 30 metres high.
- Panna National Park (27 km)
For a memorable outdoor adventure, visit this gorgeous national park for a boat tour, or rent your own jeep to take a safari through dense forests of teak and Indian ebony. Keep an eye out for tigers, Indian gazelles and sambar deer.
- State Museum of Tribal and Folk Arts (1.6 km)
Browse the more than 500 pieces of Indian art, including terracotta, jewellery and masks, at the State Museum of Tribal and Folk Arts, part of the Chandela Cultural Complex.
- Western Group of Khajuraho Temples (1 km)
Take time to glimpse the more than 870 statues at Kandariya Mahadev Temple. If you have time, visit the Eastern and Southern Groups as well. These temples are located on Main Road, opposite the State Bank of India.
- Feb/Mar: Khajuraho Dance Festival
- Mar: Holi Festival
- Sep/Oct: Dussehra
- Oct: Deepawali Festival