Places of Interest in Kuruskhetra are Tomb of Sheikh Chehli, Kamal Nabhi, Jyotisar, Bharama Sarovar, Birla Mandir, Dharohar, Bhishma Kund, Kalpana Chawla Planetarium, Krishna Museum, Panorama, Sannihit Sarovar and Bhadrakali Mandir.
The climate of Kurukshetra is very hot in summer (up to 47°C) and cold in winter (down to 1°C) with rains in July and August. The city is well connected with NH1 and has much access by Road, Rail and Air. The journey is comfortable with various facilities provided enroute. Buses of Haryana Roadways and other State Corporations ply through Kurukshetra and connect it to Delhi, Chandigarh and other important places. The Airports close to Kurukshetra are at Delhi and Chandigarh, which are well connected by road and rail. Taxi service is also available. Kurukshetra is a railway junction, well connected with all important towns and cities of the country. The Shatabadi Express halts here.