There are few places worth mentioning in Ludhiana and the Lodhi Fort is the best point you can start with. The history of the Lodhi Fort spans almost 500 years back. Constructed by Sikandar Lodhi in the bank of the river Sutlej, the fort is presently on the verge of destruction.
The Maharaja Ranjit Singh War Museum is the next very attractive point to visit. This museum was established in the year 1991 and is located near G T Road. The museum consists of 12 distinctive galleries -- the worth mentioning of which are, however, Ancient History, Costume Gallery, Hero's Gallery, Kargil Gallery, Library, Main Foyer, Post Independence Gallery, signal, Sound and Light Show, and etc.
Punjab agricultural University museum is one of the major points to visit. The museum has a wondrous façade, which is a must-see item for any tourist visiting Ludhiana.
There are many other places to visit in Ludhiana the list of which is not exhaustive. Bhir, Tiger Safari, Sarai at Doraha, Hardy's World, Nehru Rose Garden, Killa Rajpur, Gurudwara Nanaksar, Gurudwara Charan Kamal and Maharaja Ranjit Singh Fort With easy access by road and rail to other places such as Amritsar, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Delhi, and Chandigarh, the city is a center of numerous holy shrines and historic places. At the nearby city of Zira a beautiful Jain Swetambar Temple with ancient brass icons and beautiful wall murals is located.