As the first true industrial city in India, Jamshedpur has set benchmarks for many others that have come up thereafter. It has been conferred the ISO Certification for its civic and municipal services and rated as the second best city in the Country as per the survey conducted by ORG Marg Nielsen on quality of life index.
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The model town of Jamshedpur is one of the greenest and the most well planned cities of India today. A visitors’ delight in itself, Jamshedpur also has its own share of popular sightseeing destinations that include scenic wonders as well as interesting man-made marvels. There is no dearth of options when you want to take a break from the daily routine.

Amusement Park

Location - Jamshedpur

It is a gift to the children of the Steel City. The park is filled with water games and unlimited fun rides. The rides include whirling in the wind, dashing cars, rolling till moon, derby riding, caterpillar ride and a 75-meter slide.

 

Centre for Excellence

Location - Jamshedpur

In a city inspired by the vision of its founder Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata and illustrated by landmarks that personify the Tata spirit, the Centre for Excellence adds a new dimension to the search for excellence. It is a proud testimony to the Tata tradition and way of life. The first business archive house of the Country, it devotes galleries to the steel company and commitments from the Founder's vision to the modern technology used in the steel works.

 

Dalma Wildlife Sanctuary

Location - Jamshedpur

Inaugurated by late Sanjay Gandhi in 1975, the sanctuary is located 10 kms away from the City, to the north of Subarnarekha. It stretches 6 kms from east to west and extends over 195 sq kms in the thick forest of Dalma mountain range, which is 3000 ft high. Accessible by road, Dalma is famous for herds of wild elephants, barking deer's, sloth bears, leopards, porcupines and tigers as main inhabitants.

 

Dimna Lake

Location - Jamshedpur

Situated at the foothills of Dalma, Dimna Lake is an artificial reservoir and the main source for the City's drinking water. Located at a distance of 3 kms from Jamshedpur, the area is an ideal picnic spot. Here you cal also indulge in a boat ride.

 

Hudco Lake

Location - Jamshedpur

Situated near the hillocks and surrounded by the panoramic view of the Telco colony, is a beautiful park. Adding to its charm, the park has an artificial waterfall and a waterbody called the Hudco Lake. The park is an ideal picnic spot.

 

Jubilee Park

Location - Jamshedpur

Situated at the heart of the city, this carefully designed park was gifted by Tata Steel to the citizens of Jamshedpur on its completion of 50 years. The park was inaugurated by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India in 1956. The lush green park is spread over an area of 37.75 acres and is dotted with flowerbeds and illuminated fountains. Every year on 3rd March, the entire park is lit up with lights and resplendent fountains are especially illuminated to commemorate the birth anniversary of Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata, the founder of Tata Steel.

 

Rivers meet

Location - Jamshedpur

Popularly known as 'Domuhani', it is the scenic confluence of the Kharkai and Subarnarekha River. It is located at the northwest tip of the City.

 

Sir Dorabji Tata Park

Location - Jamshedpur

Named in the memory of Jamsetji's eldest son, the park has manicured lawns and flowerbeds and brilliantly lit fountains. The park hosts Jamshedpur's annual flower show in December every year.

 

Tata Steel Zoological Park

Location - Beside Jubilee Park, Jamshedpur

Situated beside the Jubilee Park, it is a treat for nature lovers. The zoo is spread over an area of 37 hectares interspersed with wooded area and manicured lawns and gardens. Website: www.tatazoo.com

 

Tribal Culture Center (TCC)

Location - Jamshedpur

It is established to preserve and rejuvenate the dwindling culture of the tribes. TCC helps in providing a platform to the native people to showcase their talents through cultural programmes. TCC also plays an important role in imparting vocational training and organises tribal festivals and other programmes.