Morbi produces 70% of India's gross ceramic production and 5% of the world's. around 80% of the country's Compact Fluorescent Lamp (CFL) production and is the largest producer of wall clocks in India. There are around 600 ceramic factories with production worth Rs. 40 billion annually.
Julto Pul - the old hanging bridge across River Machhu
Darbargadh - the original residence of the royalty, the Darbargarh overlooking the river can be approached through an imposing gate with a magnificently carved façade. This structure has now been converted into a heritage hotel.
Nazarbagh palace - or the New Palace located across suspension bridge on the eastern side of the river. The premises now houses the engineering college of Lakhdhirji.
The Art Deco Palace (1931-1944)- is a marvelous example of the influence of the last phase of the European art deco movement. It is a low, two-storey structure with banded horizontal fenestration, curves and bays, which resembles the London underground stations of Charles Holden
Mani Mandir and Wellington Secretariat [Wagh mahel] – Wagh mahel is artistic built in Rajput architecture which was damaged partly in 2001 earthquake. Sprawling Mani mandir, a multi-religious shrine is located in the in the same premises was built by Shri Waghji Thakur. There is a nice garden easterly facing the river.
Green chowk with green tower, which reminds tower of Eiffle in Paris is a gentle reminder of European influence on the royalty in town development
Nehru Gate (Llyod gate) and other two gates served as the entry points to old city remain as good landmarks
Trimandir - of Morbi region is located about 8km northwesterly to the town.
Kabir Dham or kabir vadi, Vavadi [Nani Vavdi] - is some 5 km far, westerly to the city
Rafaleshwar Mahadev Temple, Rafaleshwar - an ancient temple is located 12km southeasterly
Maa Khodiyar mandir, Matel - is located about 25km far southeasterly