Some of the prominent attractions within the fort are:
Bala Hissar Gate
Bala Hissar Gate is the main doorway to the fort which is
situated on the eastern part.. The area over the door has
peacocks with elaborate tails adjoining an attractive
domed niche. Peacocks and lions are designed in Hindu and
Muslim architectural design.
Toli Masjid was founded by Mir Musa Khan Mahaldar, regal
architect of Abdullah Qutb Shah in the year 1671. Toli
Masjid is located at Karwan at a distance of about 2 kms
from Golkonda fort. The Masjid has 2 separate halls inside
which are named as outer hall and inner hall.
Kala Mandir is situated inside the fort. It is clearly
seen from the king's durbar which is situated was on top
of the Fort.
Tombs of Qutub Shahi kings
These tombs are built in Muslim style of architecture and
are situated nearby the outer wall of Golkonda. They are
surrounded by wonderful gardens and several elegantly
carved stones. These tombs are opened for the visitors.
Naya Qila (New Fort)
Naya Qila is a part of Golkonda fort. The fortifications
of the new fort begins after the residential part with
many towers and the Haathiyaan Ka Jhaad - an ancient
baobab tree with a huge girth. It also contains a war
Other prominent attractions inside the fort are: Durbar
hall, Ashlah Khana, "Rahban" cannon, water supply system,
private chambers (kilwat), Ambar khana, Taramati Mosque,
Camel Stable, Nagina Bagh, Mortuary Bath, two separate
pavilions on the outer side of Golkonda, factories,
Ramasasa's Kotha, Ramadas Bandikhana, Habshi Kamans (Abyssian
Arches), fortress etc.