The Tipu's Fort in Karnataka is a very famous tourist destination. The Tipu's Fort is set in the heart of the Bangalore city opposite to the city market. The Tipu's Fort, Karnataka was originally constructed by mud and brick by Kempe Gowda in 1537 AD. The structure was later demolished and reconstructed by Haider Ali and his son Tipu Sultan in the 18th century.

Today, what we call the Tipu's Fort in Karnataka is actually the remains of the fort wall with a tablet. In the year 1791, Lord Cornwallis breached Tipu's Fort by defeating the ruler. In the courtyard of the Tipu's Fort of Karnataka there is a Ganesha Temple. Its existence in the Tipu's Fort shows the religious tolerance of Tipu Sultan. The temple still witnesses numerous devotees who visit the temple to pay their homage to Lord Ganesh. The Tipu's Fort of Karnataka is celebrated for the attractively carved arches on the gate walls of the fort.

You will notice the remains of Tipu's favorite palace within the Tipu's Fort at Karnataka. The palace was started by Haider Ali but its construction was finished by Tipu Sultan in the year 1791. The palace inside the Tipu's Fort of Karnataka was popularly known as the "Abode of Peace".

The Tipu's Fort in Karnataka followed Islamic style of architecture in its construction. The gate walls of the Tipu's Fort are amazingly carved. Historical events reveal that Hyder Ali, Tipu Sultan's father imprisoned David Baird and a number of British army officers in the Tipu's Fort of Karnataka.