Gobindagarh fort is the place to go to get the quintessential Punjab feel. It comes with a 6D show about Maharaj Ranjit Singh, museums which gives info about everything that you need to know about Sikhs, from their different attires and how it evolved with time, the coins used, the different katars or knives, etc. And also some live Bhangra performance!! 😍😍
For shopaholics, there are shops selling artifacts most of which were of such great quality with dirt cheap rates!!!! Also don't forget to have the amazing thali which could feed a maharaj! (Which also was very reasonable)
Wagah/Attari Border! During Partition of India and Pakistan, most people went to Pakistan and came to India from this border. Every day before sunset there is a Parade that happens between BSF and PR and energy at this place is beyond anything I can explain. I mean if you feel India-Pakistan cricket match is energetic enough, imagine an entire crowd screaming 'VANDE MATHRAM' at the border.
Partition museum is not like a regular museum. Not just artifacts displayed. It has videos and audios of encounters of people who actually went through this. They talk about their first hand experiences and being an Indian, its very difficult to see how much they had to go through in the name of politics smartly played by the British divide and rule. We are still suffering because of those seeds put in by the British. This museum also shows on how the British had tortured prisoners. One such account was an Indian freedom fighter was put in isolation and given a small urn to defecate and it was never cleared by anyone for days. This when you hear the person talking in an audio, it just makes you cringe.