Jawaharlal Nehru State Museum:
The museum displays exclusive woodcarvings, handicraft items and musical
instruments. It also has a separate section for archaeology. The museum also has a
library with a wide range of books.
It is the Centre of Buddhist Studies in Itanagar. It features an awe-inspiring architecture
having a Tibetan influence in its every part.
It is an ideal place to enjoy the scenic beauty of nature. The lake is also called as
Gyakar Sinyi and positioned amidst a scenic environment. The lake is comprised of
clear water and is surrounded by primeval vegetation, forest trees and orchids that
spellbind its visitors. The lake also offers boating facilities to its visitors.
It is another main attraction of the city, which was constructed about 14th century. The
fort stands as a proof of the strong architectural imagination of the ancient people. The
fort is almost in ruins but was constructed at a place, which charming location can give
a reason for Itanagar trip.
Itanagar Wildlife Sanctuary:
The wildlife sanctuary is home to several species of animals, including antelopes,
langur, porcupines, Himalayan black bear and many more. This wildlife sanctuary is
a paradise for birdwatchers as they get to see more than 400 species of birds in their
Namdapha National Park:
Declared as a tiger reserve, Namdapha National Park is situated at altitudes ranging
between 200 meters and 4500 meters. The park allows you indulging into adventure by
coming across several wildlife animals like, bear, deer, tiger, leopard and many more.