Patna - The State capital of Bihar situated at the bank of the river Ganga.. The ancient name of this city was Pataliputra which remained as the capital of Magadha under multiple dynasties for about thousand years. The tourist Places are as follows .

Patna Museum
– The state museum of Bihar is an important place not to be left out of the itinerary of anybody visiting the State Capital. Located at the heart of the city it boasts of the innumerable heritage collections found in the region replete in glorious historical settings. Built by the British rulers in 1917 the grand building is a fine example of the Indo-Saracenic architectural style.
The relic found in the excavation of the Vaishali stupa, believed to contain the Buddha's last mortal remains is preserved in this museum. The most prized collection of the museum is the famous Dibarganj Yakshini discovered at the bank of Ganga in 1917. The beautiful highly polished stone sculpture is a marvelous specimen of the past glory of Indian sculptors. The numerous archaeological objects like coins, arte facts, sculptures adorn the displayed galleries of the museum.

Gol Ghar
This is a massive granary situated next to river Ganga. It was built by Captain John Garstin for British army in 1786 to take a precaution for the severe famine that occurred in 1770. The height of this gigantic granary is 105' and the walls at the base measure about 3.6 m wide. There is no entry fee for this monument.
The granary had been closed for public to enter inside the structure. There are two stairways with 141 steps winding around the dome form of the granary to reach at the top to enjoy the city view alongside the magnificent river Ganga. This is now made as a recreational space along with a garden.

Kumhrar Park
This is the site where some sandstone pillars were found as the only remains of the one of the ancient great capital city, Pataliputra. The large Ashokan pillars are the reminders of the glory of Mauryan dynasty and the capital of Magadha Empire, around 250 BCE. King of Magadha, Ajatashatru shifted his capital from Rajgriha to Pataliputra around 600 BCE. It continued to be the capital till about 600 CE.

Takht Sri Harmandir Sahib ji
Takht Sri Harmandir Sahib ji. (Patna Sahib) Takht Sri Harmandir ji. (patna sahib) gurudwara is birth place of tenth sikh Guru Gobind Singh Ji maharaj. Gurudwara is situated at the north-eastern part of patna. At the bank of holy river ganga. It was here at Takhat Patna Sahib, that Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Sikh Guru was born in 1666. He also spent his early years here before moving to Anandpur. Besides being the birthplace of Guru Gobind Singh, Patna was also honored by visits from Guru Nanak as well as Guru Tegh Bahadur.
This is one of only five Takhats or Holy Seats of Authority of the Sikhs. The Gurdwara Patna Sahib is in remembrance of the birthplace of Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of the Sikhs. Like many historical Gurdwaras in India and Pakistan, this Gurdwara was built by Maharaja Ranjit Singh.
Har Mandir Takht (Patna) Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth Guru of the Sikhs, was born in 1660, in Patna. The Har Mandir Takht, one of the four sacred shrines of the Sikhs, stands at this holy site., and contains belongings of the Guru and Sikh holy texts.