Sights to See
Mahanadi Boat Club
It is one of the most attractive recreational hubs that serve its guest/tourist a new concept of pleasure activities within the area. Seashore Tourism & Dev. Co. Pvt. Ltd. has been operating the boat club with the active support and participation of OTDC Ltd. through a PPP mode. Pleasure boating, speed boat riding, temple tours on water, picnic party arrangement at the island are some of the key services of Boat Club. A children’s park and a fishing place are also developed by the management to provide one stop-shop leisure and entertainment solutions for the tourist and their family.A multi-cuisine restaurant also serves to fulfil the food requirement of tourist.
The Temple is dedicated to Shiva and is famous for its water hole (Ananta Garva), which floods the sanctum sanctorum on holy occasions.
It is situated in the heart of the city, which was built by the Ganga dynasty on the bank of the Mahanadi.
Netaji Subash Chandra Bose Memorial Museum
The ancestral house where Netaji was born and brought up till he completed his school education has now been converted into a museum which houses the memorabilia of this great freedom fighter and leader who had raised the Indian National Army.
Stone Revetment of Cuttack
The river banks at Cuttack are protected by stone revetments, a great engineering marvel of 11th century AD and a remarkable example of ancient technological skill of Odisha.
A cluster of green domes in thecentre of the city is sacred to the Hindus as well as the Muslims. This 18th century shrine shelters the footprints of Prophet Mohammed on a circular stone in its central mosque. It has two other beautiful mosques and a music gallery.