We visited Jai Vilas Palace museum and we find that we have very much to know about the Royal Gwalior family and the history.
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1. A Must Visit place when visiting Gwalior. 2. The Palace is part of the Palace which was inhabited by the famous Scindias. 3. The Palace has various art facts, paintings, souvenirs and the special Jhoomar ( Chandelier) and the silver train which used to...More
One of the most popular tourist attractions of Gwalior, Jai Vilas Palace Museum was erected way back in the year 1874 by Maharaja Jayaji Rao Scindia and its cost amounted to INR 1 crore. Well maintained of the antique ,furnishings ,carpets ,heritage vehicles and chariots....More
Though the tickets are a little higher than normal monuments and palaces of India, it is a nicely maintained private palace. There is a private museum with the collections of 2 generations of the scindia clan. Its better if one takes a guide who are...More
A beautiful museum which is well maintained . Enterance charges of Rs120 + Rs.100 for camera for Indian citizen is worth every penny.
It was quite interesting to look at the furniture etc, but it was just a normal attraction. I am not sure how it can be improved, but it was just meh for me. I visited because we were there and everyone recommended. So, might as...More
I (we) really enjoyed this museum/palace. It was a bit of a surprise we weren't expecting which probably made it all the better. At Rs 600 for foreigners it's not cheap but is very stimulating. I would say fit it in before you leave Gwalior.
we know current Scindia family very well. but to know history of Scindia family you must visit this palace. It is a architectural beauty built in European style by sir Micheal Filose in 1874.Every stuff placed in this palace is the best in the world...More