Here is a list of place one can visit on his/her Jammu trip:
Amar Mahal Palace: Amar Mahal, located in Jammu, is a palace depicting grandeur of an erstwhile era.
Ranbir Canal: A small garden along the Ranbir Canal, which runs through the city outskirts.
Bahu Fort & Gardens: Bahu Fort stands on a rock face on the left bank of the river Tawi.
Jasrota Mata: Patnitop is the most popular tourist spot of Jammu region.
Mata Sukrala: A place for a quiet holiday, the meadow has now been developed as a golf course.
Mata Sundrikote: This small town serves as the base camp for visting the famous shrine of Vaishnodevi in the Trikuta hills.
Mata Balaji Sundri: This resort straddles the forested slopes of the Patnitop mountain range, overlooking the spectacular lie of the Chenab gorge.
Mansar Lake: Boating facilities are available in the spot. Every year around Baisakhi, a food and crafts festival is organised here by J&K Tourism.
Purmandal: Often referred to as ‘Chhota Kashi’, its main temple is dedicated to ‘umapati’.
Dera Baba Banda: It is a major Hindu-Sikh pilgrimage centre situated 75 Kms from Jammu.
Peer Khoh: Peer Khoh is a cave shrine located on the Circular Road, 3.5 kms from the heart of the town.
Peer Baba: Behind the Civil Airport is the famous durgah of the Muslim saint, Peer Budhan Ali Shah.
Krimchi: On the way to Sudhmahadev-Mantalai, a short detour takes one to Krimchi, site of three of the oldest temples of Jammu.
Jajjar Kotli: The crystal clear, cool water of Jajjar attract picnickers in large number during summer.
Akhnoor: This town is associated with the legend of Soni-Mahiwal.
Salal Dam And Lake: The west of the Holy Shrine of Vashnodeviji is the Salal Dam and Lake.
Baba Dhansar: On way to Salal Dam, Baba Dhansar is a beautiful and cool picnic spot.
Raghunath Temple: Dedicated to Lord Rama, Situated in the heart of the city and surrounded by a group of other temples.
Ranbireshwar Temple: This historic temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva.
Mahamaya Temple: The city forest surrounds the ancient Mahamaya temple overlooking the river Tawi.
Chichi Mata: It is situated near Samba and is popularly known as Pehla Darshan of Vaishno Devi pilgrims.
Mubarak Mandi Palace: The architecture is a blend of Rajasthani, Mughal and even baroque elements.