Mughal Emperor Akbar was built Allahabad fort in 1583, presently fort is undertaken by the Indian Army. Some portion of fort is open for tourist and is so visible arising through the Yamuna river.
There is 10 meter high Ashok Pillar in the fort.
The Jawahar Planetarium was built in 1979 and is situated beside Anand Bhavan the former residence of the Nehru-Gandhi family and now a museum. It is managed by the 'Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund' (estb. 1964), which has its headquarters at Teen Murti House, New Delhi.
Each year, the prestigious 'Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Lecture' is also held at the planetarium, organised under the auspices of Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund on the birth anniversary of India's first prime minister, November 14.
Swaraj Bhavan (formerly Anand Bhavan, meaning Adobe of Bliss) is a large mansion located in Allahabad, India. It was owned by Indian political leader Motilal Nehru in the 19th century, it has served as the ancestral home of the Nehru Family— future Prime Minister of India Indira Gandhi was born there. The First Prime Minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru was however not born in Anand Bhawan.
It is managed by the 'Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund', Delhi.
Triveni Sangam makes with 3 famous river The Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati. Saraswati River is invisible and is said to flow underground and join the other two rivers from below.
The rivers maintain their identity and are visibly different as they merge. While the Yamuna is deep, calm, and greenish in colour, the Ganga is shallow, forceful, and clear. The Saraswati remains hidden, but the faithful believe that she makes her presence felt underwater. During the monsoon, when the rivers are in full flow, the confluence is seen clearly due to the force of the water.
Khusro Bagh is a large walled garden, close to the Allahabad Junction Station, in Allahabad, India, surrounding the tombs of Khusrau Mirza, eldest son of emperor Jahangir, Shah Begum, Khusrau’s mother, a Rajput princess and Jahangir’s first wife, and that of Princess Sultan Nithar Begam, Khusrau’s sister.
Company Garden Allahabad
Chandrasekhar Azad Park (British colonial era Alfred Park and informally Company Garden) is a public park in Allahabad. Built in 1870 to mark Prince Alfred’s visit to the city, with an area of 133 acres, it is the biggest park in Allahabad.
It was renamed after freedom fighter Chandra Shekhar Azad, who sacrificed his life here, during the Indian independence struggle in 1931. Originally and still famously the park is known as Alfred Park.