Raj Mahal Orchha:
A fine specimen of Mughal architectural marvel adorned with super stone Jali work, exquisite murals and cenotaphs in the exterior. It was Madhukar Shah who built the monuments in the fort complex.
Rai Praveen Mahal Orchha:
This palace was built in honour of the eminent personality of Orchha noted for her beauty, flair of poetry and music, Rai Parveen popularly known as 'Nightingale of Orchcha'. Maharaja Indrajit Singh built the marvellous three-storeyed palace in 1618 A.D. also known as the Anand Mandal Bagh and also as the Rai Praveen Manika Bhavan. The palce is embellished with a beauitful green garden where myriads of shrubs and flowerbeds in various artistic shapes accentuate its beauty. The most attractive part of the palace is its second floor where numerous Nriya Mudras of Indian classical dance can be seen.
Jahangir Mahal Orchha:
Adjacent to the Rai Praveen Mahal, this five-storeyed palace is a delighful example of Bundela architecture and at the same time is an ancient testimony of the bond of friendship between the Mughals and Bundelas. The interiors of the palacce are beautifully adorned with paintings of peacocks, flowers and eye-catching geometric patterns.
Ram Raja Temple Orchha:
Renowned all over the country because of its high spires and palatial structure, this temple is also the only place where Lord Rama is revered as a king.
Chaturbhuj Temple Orchha:
Located opposite the Raja Mahal, the Chaturbhuj Temple with its unique concept and luxury of space is the prime attraction of the city. Dedicated to Chaturbhuj meaning the four-armed, the temple built in 1558 and 1573 by Raja Madhukar, perched on a stone platform has marvellous exterior which is a visual delight adorned with Lotus emblems. The most striking feature of the temple is when one sees the inside of the temple one will be astonished to find the temple abounds in light and space which is unlikely of any Hindu temple.
Lakshmi Narayan Temple Orchha:
A wonderful fusion of fort and temple, the Lakshmi Narayan Temple reflects the architectural charisma of ethnic Indian royal taste .Dedicated to the Goddess of wealth Lakshmi, it was built around 1622 by Vir Singh Deo. The entire structure of the temple is constructed with brick and lime mortar. The exquisite paintings and the beautiful frescos are the wonderful amalgamation of the art form of Mughal and Bundel.