Bahu fort is located at a high plateau of the Jammu city and overlooks gurgling River Tawi. 5 km away from heart of the Jammu, this imposing architectural marvel dates back to about 3000 years and perhaps, it is the oldest monument in Jammu. The Fort was constructed by Maharaja Bahu Lochan and refurbished by Dogra rulers in 19th century. The fort houses renowned temple of Goddess Kali, the presiding deity of the region. The temple is widely popular and locally known as ‘Bave Wali Mata Temple’.
Bagh-e-Bahu is a terraced garden built around the Bahu Fort. This picturesque garden is characterized by sparkling waterfalls, manicured lush lawns, artificial lake, vivid colored flowers, striking fountains and trees. This is a favorite picnic spots for the locals and tourists alike. Mini buses and auto-rickshaws are the common modes of the transportation to reach the Bahu Fort and Bagh-e-Bahu Garden.