Gadsisar Lake is an artificial water body constructed by King Maharwal Gadsi during 14th century. This rainwater lake served as the prime water source during that period. There are various small temples situated on the banks of the lake. Tourists can see various migratory birds on the lake. These birds pause for a short halt on the lake on their way from the Bharatpur Bird sanctuary.
Travellers can also see the 'Gate of Tillon' located close to the lake. This gateway arches crossing the road and is adorned with an idol of the Hindu deity Vishnu, installed in the year 1908.