Darbargadh Palace, on the bank of Machchhu, is an original residence of Morbi rulers. It can be reached by crossing an imposing gate and arcade façade. Now it is the only heritage hotel at Morbi.
Mani Mandir is a temple situated in the courtyard of Wellington Secretariat. The images of Laxmi Narayan, Mahakali, Ramchandraji, Radha-Krishna and Shiva are enshrined in this temple.
The Suspension Bridge, an engineering marvel built at the turn of the century, reflects the progressive and scientific nature of the rulers of Morbi.
Green Chowk is a town square approached by a series of three gates. European town planning principles inspired the creation of these gates as landmarks in the town.
It is a marvelous example of influence of last phase of art deco movement of Europe. It is poetry in granite, a low two-storey in banded horizontal fenestration, curves and bays, which resemble the London underground stations of Charles Holden.
Lakhdhirji Engineering College is housed in Nazarbag Palace, a former residence of Morbi rulers.