It is 112kms away, is famous for the Chhatris built in memory of the various Scindia rulers. These conical shaped monuments are having exteriors covered with carvings.
The Madhav National Park at Shivpuri is a small wooded park set in the Vindhyas. You can see Chinkara, chital, Nilgai, Sambar, Chausingha, Blackbuck, sloth bear, leopard, langur and the rare tiger here. The famous Tigra Dam, 23 kms from the city, is a picturesque picnic spot. For some fascinating ruins head to Pawaya, 68 kms from Gwalior, where you can catch the statue of Chaksha Manibhadra, built in 1 AD, and the ruins of the fort of Parmers.
It is 69 kms from Gwalior, is said to date back to the time of the Mahabharata. The famous monument here is the Palace of Raja Bir Singh Deo, built in 1614 out of brick and stone, and seven storeys high. The other attraction here is the Gopeshwar Temple.
It is 3 kms from Datia has as many as 77 Jain temples, aligned in rows on the hillside, dating back to the 17th century. Of these you must visit the Chandranatha temple dedicated to the 8th Tirthankara.