Explore Museums, Festivals and More in Khajuraho
From the breathtaking Pandav Falls to the inspiring State Museum of Tribal and Folk Arts, Khajuraho offers guests an endless list of exciting things to do. Choose a comfortable room
at Radisson Hotel Khajuraho to be only three kilometres from the Khajuraho Civil Aerodrome airport (HJR) and the city centre. Discover larger than life statues at the Western Group of Khauraho Temples, and marvel at the tiniest artifacts telling the story of India at the Archaeological Museum. Immerse yourself in local culture by participating in major festivals throughout the year, such as the high energy Khajuraho Dance Festival and the Deepawali Festival.
Don’t miss these nearby hot spots:
- Archaeological Museum (2.2 km)
What began in 1910 as a collection of sculpture and religious artifacts from ruined local temples has no grown into the expansive Archaelogical Museum, an open-air presentation of Indian artifacts and artwork.
- Pandav Falls (34 km)
If you know the story of the exiled Pandava brothers from the Hindu epic Mahabharata, then you’re familiar with these gorgeous, 30-metre high falls.
- Panna National Park (27 km)
Whether you choose a calm boat tour or a thrilling Jeep safari through the teak and Indian ebony forests, you’re sure to enjoy your adventure through this national park. You may even catch a glimpse of a graceful Indian gazelle, sambar deer or tiger in the wild!
- 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)
Just one of three collections of statues—don’t miss the Eastern and Southern groups, too—the Western Group of Khajuraho Temples is located on the Main Road, across from the State Bank of India. This section is home to more than 870 beautiful statues from the Kandariya Mahadev Temple.
- Feb/Mar: Khajuraho Dance Festival
- Mar: Holi Festival
- Sep/Oct: Dussehra
- Oct: Deepawali Festival