A very old and antique heritage has been preserved in Rohtak. Baba Mast Nath Math, Gokaran, kiloi temple, and several more such fine looking buildings erected in traditional Indian and Mughal styles such as spacious havelis with ornate facade, finely carved wooden door sets and sand stone pillars, mosques that were once lavishly decorated in stucco work, dharamshalas with fine looking statues of Radha and Krishna and temple spires and are few of them. The survey was extended to study a few large village estates such as Balambha, Farmana Khas, Lakhan Majra,jassia, Bhaini Surjan and Meham by Society for Peoples’ Advancement, Technology and Heritage (SOPATH). The present Monastery was founded by Baba Mast Nath in 1731.

  • Tilyar Lake

The tourist spot of Tilyar Lake is near to the city includes Restaurant, Bar and Rohtak zoo. The lake lies in a 132-acre (0.53 km2) area and forms an integral part of the tourist setup, making it one of the greenest stretches in the adjoining area. The spacious lawns and the scenery on view make this resort a great place to relax, and people visit from as far away as Mumbai. It is also an excellent spot for watching a variety of birds that flock on the little island located in the middle of the lake.

  • Rohtak Zoo

The lake complex also houses Rohtak Zoo. Along with other heritage sites on the outskirts of city, there are many tourist places in Rohtak. The following animals have been housed in this zoo: Tiger, Leopard, Fox, Hyena, Wolf, Gharial, Mugger, Hippopotamus, Himalayan Black Bear, Jackal, Otter, Pig-tailed monkey, Baboon, Bonnet macaque, Gray langur, Sambhar, Blackbuck, Chinkara, Indian hog deer, Barking deer, Guineafowl, Silver pheasant, Fantail pigeon etc.

  • Gurudwara Manji Sahib Lakhan Majra

Gurudwara manji sahib has a historical shrine place in lakhan majra, rohtak. commemorating the visit of Guru Tegh Bahadur who, halted here while travelling from Jind to Delhi. A single roomed shrine marked the site until after 1947 when immigrants from Pakistan to Delhi and Rohtak thought of enlarging the structure. The present flagmast was raised in 1958, and the foundation of the new five storeyed building was laid on 24 April 1967.

The Gurdwara now stands in a compound entered through a double storeyed gateway. The assembly hall, on the ground floor, is mounted over by a domed pavilion on the top storey. An annexe to the east of the hall is Guru ka Langar. The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee manages the shrine through a local committee at Rohtak. Sikhs from Rohtak, Delhi and other places assemble in large numbers en every full moon day. The biggest festival of the year is Hola Mahalla, which is celebrated in March.

  • Splash Water World

City has a water park near the Sukhpura Chowk, named Splash Water World. Splash-The Water World owned and operated by Sagu Dreamland Private Limited located in Rohtak, Haryana. It is North Haryana best Water World Park which is spread across an area of 5 acres of land situated at Near Sukhpura Chowk Pawer House, Jind – Hisar Road, Rohtak. It’s a unique blend of Indian Hospitality & entertainment (SPLASH) which offers a sense of privacy & peace, the ideal escape in calm countryside from the pressures of a busy schedule.

  • Chillout Zone

“Chillout Zone – The Adventure Park” is one of its in kind in North India, which helps its visitors to chill & to rejuvenate themselves from their boring & hectic schedule with the quality activities they have for its visitors. The park is developed in 4 acre of lush green orchard which was cultivated initially by British army during the British era but was then bought by the founder of Chillout Zone during an auction organized by the Indian Government. This makes it different from any other Concrete Amusement parks in the country. The park gives a complete natural feel to the visitors where they can enjoy their time away from city pollution, crowd & noise. Address:  2nd Milestone, Jind road, Rohtak

  • Mansarover Park

The Mansarovar Park is an Attraction for the local residents, morning walkers and children. A lot of visitors come to the park on holidays and Sundays to spend the evening. There are beautiful trees, soft grass and some slides for children to play. The Park is situated in the center of the city. Near the junction point of Sonipat Road & Delhi Road.

  • Bapu Park

The Bapu Park was earlier known as “D Park”, basically for its shape and is an attraction for walkers and children around the place. There is a statue of Mahatma Gandhi installed on a high platform and a board is placed that displays the developments and achievements of the state & a police station is built below the park. The park is surrounded by rich market of the city. Almost all the brands are available there in different big buildings. The place is also famous for street food. A lot of visitors come to the park on holidays and Sundays to spend the evening and to shop.

  • Durga Bhawan Mandir

The Durga Bhawan Mandir is a major religious shrine in Rohtak. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga. A large number of devotes both local and from outstations visit the huge and colorful temple. The festival of Navratri is celebrated very grandly in the temple. The entire temple is decorated for nine days and daily prayers are offered by pilgrims in large numbers. Situated at Bhiwani Stand.