The Siddhu Kanha Park is believed to be one of the most beautiful parks of Pakur. The Martello Tower, built during the British Rule is one of the main highlights of the park. The tower was built by the British rulers of Palur to defend their empire from the Santhal Warriors, who had waged war against the Englishmen to drive them out of the Indian soil.
The park is located in front of the Deputy Commissioner's office and the clean environment makes it an ideal place for travellers to visit.
This temple exists in the campus of Pakur Rajbari in the north middle of Pakur Town. It is very old. The shape of the statue is engraved on a big black stone. The people of this area pay their floral offerings to Goddess Kali with great devotion. Its origin relates to the Pakur Raj family. The Pakur railway station is only 2 km from the holy place.
This place is situated at a distance of 15 km in the southwest from Pakur district. There is an old temple of Lord Shiva on the hilltop where an annual fare is held on the occasion of Maha-Shivratri. People of Pakur pay their offerings with great devotion. This place is being developed as a tourist centre; it may become an important centre of attraction among travellers.
This place is situated on the top of the hill in the deep forest, at a distance of 18 km from Littipara Block in Pakur district. This oval-shaped structure produces a very peculiar echo sound. It is said to be the ruling site of the then Paharia King of the region.
This natural fountain is situated 8 km from Pakuria Block in Pakur district. The place is regarded holy according to the Sapa Hore tribes. People from other communities throng in large numbers to this holy place to take a dip in the hot spring, especially on the occasion of Makar Sankranti.