Kavadia Hills: These hills are made of stone pillars which are of various shapes. There are seven hills of the same type. It appears that these stones are man made, because they appear to be minutely carved by human being, but in reality it is a creation of volcanic eruption. It may be vary well considered as eighth wonder of the world. On striking, these stone pillars sound like a metal pillars. According to Indian mythology, it is considered that during the Mahabharata period these structures were created by Bhima to check the way of Narmada River to fulfill a vow within a day, but Bhima could not do it and since then these stones pillars are lying there. It is about 10 kms from Bagli.
Pawar Chattries: Chattries of Dewas District create an impression with its massive, powerful architecture of Maratha Empire near the Meetha talab and it looks very attractive. These Chattries are indeed a statement of Pawar kings.
Chamunda Tekri: The town lies at the foot of a conical hill known as the Chamunda Tekri or hill of the Goddess Chamunda, which rises sum 300 feet above the general level. The town derives its name from the hill, which owing to the shrine upon it, was known as 'Devivasini' (the goddess residence). The Chamunda hill is mounted by a broad flight of stone steps; at the summit is an image of the goddess cut in the rocky wall of a cave. There are mainly two shrines of goddess called as Choti Mata (Chamunda Mata) and other Badi Mata (Tulja Bhavani Mata).
Mahakaleshwar Bilawali: Bilavali village is situated 3 kms north of Dewas town. There is a temple of Lord Shiva called Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga Temple. The Shivling has a unique feature that it is increasing in size every year. A fair is organized every year on the occasion of Mahashivratri.
Kela Devi Temple: Kela Devi temple is one of the biggest temples in Madhya Pradesh. At Dewas Kela Devi temple is situated at Mishri Lal Nagar. Its white marble gate is one of the attractive parts of the temple which is built by South Indian artists. Every year during Chaitra Navaratri a big mela is held which is also a part of attraction for all the disciples.
Mahadev Temple (Shankar Garh): This temple is one of the popular pilgrimage sites of Dewas District. Large numbers of devotees come to visit this temple from distant corners of the country.
Dharaji: Dharaji is a place of religious, historic and of tourist interest and is located on the bank of Narmada River. This beautiful place is visited by large number of tourists.
Shri Manibhadra Veer Temple: It is located in Matmor village of tehsil Bagli. This chariot shaped temple was installed and inaugurated in the presence of thousands of devotees under the divine guidance of Shri Veer Ratna Vijayji Maharaj Sab. At this pilgrimage there are various amenities available to pilgrims and devotees like library, old age centre, pantry, residence for Jain teachers, retiring rooms for pilgrims, manuscripts of old poetry, etc. The pilgrimage is situated amidst amazing natural environment and provides free food to pilgrims.
Apart from these tourist sites there are several other places of interest like Grace Church, Datta Mandir, Kassabban Maszid, Kali Maszid, Shahi Jama Masjid and Siddheshwar Mahadev Temple.