Nashik Historical PlacesTrimbakeshwar Temple, Pandavleni Caves (Nasik Caves), Kalaram Temple, Someshwar Temple, Anjaneri Hills, Coin Museum, Ramshej Fort, Ramkund, Artillery Museum, Chamar Leni, Shrine of Infant Jesus, Ved Mandir, Sundarnarayan Temple, Shree Kapaleshwar Mahadev Mandir, Shree Navshya Ganpati Mandir.
With an array of ancient temples, caves, forts, and museums, the historical places in Nashik fascinate visitors of all ages and likings. Nashik has a strong mythological connection as it is believed to be the place where Lord Rama stayed for some time during his exile. Anjaneri Hill is also in close vicinity, where Lord Hanuman was born and brought up. While Kalaram Temple and Ramshej Fort are related to Lord Rama, Shree Kapaleshwar Mahadev Mandir, Someshwar Temple, and Trimbakeshwar Temple are dedicated to Lord Shiva.
All these temples are ancient and carry significant mythological and religious significance. On the other hand, the city has Coin Museum and Artillery Museum, which have vast collections of old age to modern currencies, war weapons, and much more. There are numerous rock-cut caves in and around Nashik like Pandavleni and Chamar Leni that are known for their beautiful carvings and sculptures. All these places are exclusive in themselves and must be visited on a trip to Nashik.