Muzaffarpur is situated on the banks of the perennial Burhi Gandak River, which flows from the Someshwar Hills of the Himalayas. Muzaffarpur is famous for Shahi lychees and is known as the Lychee Kingdom.
Litchi Gardens

Muzaffarpur being the producer of about 3 lakh tonnes of Litchi every year, the Litchi Gardens are the most sought after destination for tourists.
Baba Garibnath Temple

The idol of Lord Shiva resides in the temple as Baba Garibnath, and according to local legends, it is said that the Shivling was acquired from the Peepal tree where the temple is now situated.
Jubba Sahni Park

Jubba Sahni Park is named after the freedom fighter and revolutionary Jubba Sahni, the children’s park is found in the Mithanpura area of Muzaffarpur.
Ramchandra Shahi Museum 

Ramchandra Shahi Museum showcases various artifacts, statues like that of Ashtadik Pal and Manasa Nag, which are a divine sight to behold. 
Khudiram Bose Memorial 

Khudiram Bose Memorial was raised opposite the present residence of the District and Sessions Judge. The road where the alleged bomb was thrown is called the Prafool Chaki Marg in front of the Red Cross building. 
Durgaasthan Mandir

Durgaasthan Mandir temple belongs to Devi Durga. It is a very important temple of the city this was built by Mr.Bachha babu who was famous and rich person in the city and was a great pujari of Mata Durga.

Rajkhandis popular for an Old Bhairav Nath Temple where an annual cattle fair is organized during the Mahashivratri festival. 
Chaturbhuj Sthan Temple

Chaturbhuj Sthan Temple is dedicated to Lord Chaturbhuj, is located in Muzaffarpur City. It is believed that the idol of Lord Chaturbhuj was found in 1303 in Turki village and was later shifted to Muzaffarpur.
Shri Ram Temple

Shri Ram Temple is one of the Navratna temples located in Sahu Pokhar in Muzaffarpur City. It is believed that the temple was established by a Rajasthani artist.
Best Time To Visit Bhagalpur

Renowned as the largest city of Bihar, Muzaffarpur is renowned for ancient temples and litchi farms. This region witnesses harsh weather conditions, however, this place can be best visited in the months from December to March. December to February is the time when the temperature drops down to single-digit and the average temperature during these months is 6°C. The days are a bit warm during this season, thus making it possible for you to explore this place properly. March to May the temperature in this season varies from 28°C to 40°C. The hottest month here is May, and carrying light cotton clothes is highly recommended to stay comfortable in this season. July to September in the southwest monsoon season, the place receives medium rainfall. However, heavy rainfall is also experienced in this season and the temperature drops down by a few degrees, thus bringing some relief from the scorching heat of summers.

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