A huge palace still in use by the royal family. One can just imagine the grandeur of the years gone by. The costume museum is beautiful.
Although named City palace but compared to other palaces this palace is quite small.The armory museum within the premises is probably the best in Rajasthan. This palace is a complex of multiple buildings and courtyards, each one with its own identity and charm.The architecture and craftsmanship are stunning. The display of interesting exhibits like beautiful costumes, fantastic armory and the... More
This was better then some we visited, had a very good armoury but unfortunately you weren't allowed to take photo's. There were sentries dotted around the place in traditional dress more then willing to have a photo with you at a cost. Would recommend ahead of several other attractions we went to in Jaipur.
This is a stunning complex of buildings and courtyards ,each one hiding its own little piece of magic until you step through each entrance.The architecture, workmanship and decoration are superb.The Armoury is also worth a visit.
We managed to reach close to the closing time, so engaged a guide for a quick visit. The guide managed to take us to all the places and explained in detail on the exhibits. Some big time wedding reception or dinner party was to take place that night and elaborate arrangements were going on..... It was a memorable experience to... More
The visit to the royalty’s home was more informative and enjoyable thanks to our lively, chatty guide. There are exhibits showcasing the weaponry of the King. The only downer was the rule not allowing to click pictures inside the palace.
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