Amtar-Nadaun Fort is a famous tourist destination nestled on top of a hill in Nadaun. This fort still has some ancient paintings, which represent the royal heritage of Maharaja Sansar Chand of Katoch Dynasty. Though the fort is decaying, it still attracts tourists from all over the country.
Bil-kaleshwar Temple is an ancient religious site, located on the Nadaun-Sujanpur Road in Nadaun. This 400 years old temple is devoted to the Hindu God Shiva. Legend has it that the temple was built by the ‘Pandavas’, characters from the Indian epic, the Mahabharata, during their banishment.
Vishva Karma, the Hindu Lord of Creation also helped them in the construction of the shrine. The construction work of this temple was carried out during the night. The Pandavas had to abandon the temple before it was completed as they were spotted by the locals. Later, the construction was completed by the King of the Katoch Dynasty.
A fair is organised during the months of May and June. Devotees from across the country visit the place in order to be a part of this fair and to offer their prayers to the Shiva Lingam, a representation of Lord Shiva.
Bil-kaleshwar Temple is considered as a holy place due to the fact that it is situated at the confluence of the river Beas and Kunah Khad. People, who are unable to visit Haridwar, come to this place to immerse the mortal remains of their kin.
Nadaun Bridge is a renowned tourist destination constructed over the Beas river. The bridge offers captivating views of the river during sunset. This bridge divides the Hamirpur District from the Kangra District. Small wooden boats are still used here as a mode of transportation and tourists can use these boats for cruising in the river.
Peer Saheb Grave, located in Bharmoti Village, is a prominent tourist destination in Nadaun. According to folklore, Sai Fazal Shah, a renowned saint in the region, left many mysterious things during his life that made him popular amongst the people. The grave was built by Sansar Chand, a king of the Katoch Dynasty, who was also amazed by the saint’s power.
As per Hindu calendar, in the last month of Magh or the 2nd week of February, a huge bhandara, the distribution of food among people, is organised here in his honour. During this time, a wrestling competition also takes place.
Shri Gurudwara Sahib, the 10th Patshahi, gurudwara of the 10th master, is a major religious site for the Sikhs located in Nadaun. It is a historical gurudwara located on the banks of the river Beas. This Gurudwara is administered by Shiromani Gurudwara Management Committee Amritsar, Punjab.
The shrine is built on the same place where Guru Gobind Singh, the 10th Guru of Sikhs, stayed for eight days after defeating the Mughals in a battle. He along with 500 Sikh soldiers fought against the Mughal leader, Alfa Khan Hussain. The battle was fought on 4th April, 1891. Guru Gobind Singh has described this battle in the chapter, ‘Nadaun Jang’ of the Dassam Granth, a holy book for Sikhs.