The Parsee Fire Temple is situated on the Straight Mile Road, Jamshedpur in the state of Jharkhand. This temple is located 2. 3 kms away from the Golchakkar bus stand and can be travelled within 7 minutes via the NH118 and the Subarnarekha Link Road. This is the fastest, shortest, best and the only route from the bus stand to the temple. There are 2 major landmarks to the Parsee Fire Temple in Jamshedpur. They are the Red Cross Bhawan and the Jamshedpur Coin Museum.

Parsee Fire Temple is situated in the border of the Jubilee Garden of Jamshedpur. The holy fire that the Parsee worship and consider religious and auspicious was installed in this temple on 3rd March during the year 1960. It is a beautiful temple that is made out of white stone. The entrance of the temple can be reached by climbing a set of stairs. The temple premise is green, well maintained and has well-laid out lawn that enhance peace and serenity among the Parsee devotees.

Parsee Fire Temple is unlike any other temple that you would have ever come across. There is absolutely no chaos within the temple. The visitors or devotees offer worships and seek blessings in a very civilized manner. The prayers and special shrines are very unique and include prayers offered to the holy fire. The entire temple and all of its activities are dedicated to the holy fire that the Parsees worship. It has been ranked as 8th among all the tourist spots in the city of Jamshedpur.

The temple is open on all days of the week during timings 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM. The timings of the temple, however, is never fixed. So it is best to be prepared for any changes in plans while you tour to Jamshedpur to visit this temple. Visitors usually spend an average of 30 minutes to 1 hour in this temple. It is best when visited anytime between Octobers to February.