Jamshedpur is one of the early planned city of India and third largest city in eastern India after Kolkata and Patna. The city is surrounded by the picturesque Dalma Hills and one of the fastest growing city in the world with average annual growth of 2.59. Tourist attractions of Jamshedpur Steel City also include Golpahari Temple,Keenan Stadium,Jayanti Sarovar,JRD TATA Sports Complex, Beldih Golf Course and Jamshedpur Gliding Club.
Jubilee Park is located in the heart of steel city and a popular destination for picnic. The park is organized, amazingly clean and has beautiful pond.
Bhatia Park is a popular attraction in Jamshedpur and perfect place for weekend getaways. This beautiful park is a gem of city, located near the kharkai river.
Dimna Lake is situated at the foot hills of Dalma hills, made to supply water to the city. The lake offers a great view of Dalma range.
Hudco Lake is a very attractive place to visit and not known by many people yet. This place has very good atmosphere and best place for bird watching around Jamshedpur steel city.
Rankini Mandir at Jadugora Jamshedpur is one of the very old and most famous temple in Jharkhand. This beautiful temple of goddess rankini is a hidden treasure and very famous among the local people.
Bhuvaneshwari Temple of Jamshedpur popularly known as TELCO Bhuwaneswari Temple is located at Bhuvangiri hills. Sree Adhishakti Mata Bhuvaneshwari Peeth dedicated to Maa Bhuvaneshwari and one of the most important Shakti Shrines in Jharkhand.
Amadubi Rural Tourism Centre exhibit the rich cultural and traditional heritage of Amadubi. The village sightseeing also include near by Narsinghgarh Fort, Dasbhuj Mandir, Kotwal temple and Saal forest.
Russi Modi Centre of Excellence is a storehouse, located just outside of the Jubilee Park.This place has good collection of old records of tata steel history.
Tata Steel Zoological Park is situated inside the Jubilee park of Jamshedpur, build and maintained by Tata steel. The park also host Safari Park,Bat island,Butterfly park and number of mammals that include the Jungle Cat and Jackal.
Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary of Jamshedpur is situated around the Dalma Hills, located 10 km from the city. The wildlife sanctuary is paradise for elephant and home to barking deer, sloth bear and porcupines.