Lakhota Fort and Lake is an ancient palace which was once the residence of the Maharaja of Nawanagar. Located on a beautiful island at the Lakhota Lake, the fort houses semi-circular bastions, pavilion and turrets. There is an arched stone bridge that connects the palace with the town. The entrance of the fort is emphasized with beautifully carved jharokhas facing the lake and the fortified walls of the palace are adorned with frescos showcasing the beautiful scenesof the battle ground. Nowadays, the fort is in ruined condition and has now been converted into a museum having good collection of ancient sculptures, coins, pottery and other inscriptions.