Samode Palace- The samode Palace is located near the Samode village at a distance of 40 km, to the north of Jaipur. It is built of sandstone at the foot of the Aravalli range of hills with a fortress-like setting. The interiors of the palace display a fusion of Mughal and Rajasthani art and architecture. The Samode palace which belongs to the Rawals of Samode is about 400 years old and has been converted into a comfortable hotel run by the family. Dewan-i- khas is a major attraction of Samode Palace.
Fort of Sheograrh– The Fort of Sheogarh is very close to Jaipur, at a distance of 6 kms. This is where the people of Samode barricaded themselves in times of war.
It is an austere building built on traditional lines. It has an elegant painted dining room and an airy passage and a unique ambiance of the historic juxtaposed against a contemporary setting.
Samode Bagh– Samode Bagh, Mahar kalan or garden, built in the 16th century in Mughal style is just at a distance of 4 kms away from Jaipur.
This Bagh is enclosed by a 15 feet high wall and is spread over an area of 20 acres and also has 44 sandbanks colored tents with air-conditioning to accommodate visitors.