Car Parking Fee- Rs.20/ Entry Fee- Rs.20/person There is not much to check out in the museum; it is too small. Weapons and armors kept are still okay but talking about those vegetables (I am not kidding, they have kept some handmade or something similar kind of vegetables) and preserved dead animals (upper part of a lion, a crocodile, cobra... 更多
I m not impress with collection but I m impress with building and the restoration work Rajasthan govt has done. Lot of things and old structures related to Jat rulers family . Must go place in Bharatpur. Inside Lohagard fort. You need to take local guide to reach there . Good place
It is located in the heart of Loharghar Fort and is open from 9 am to 5 pm. I forgot the entry fee amount but you need to buy one to enter the main museum. This Palace was also known as Kacheiri Kalan and used to serve as administrative office to the Jat Rulers.
Bharatpur Palace or the Bharatpur Government Museum. It is located in the heart of Loharghar Fort and is open from 9 am to 5 pm. I forgot the entry fee amount but you need to buy one to enter the main museum. This Palace was also known as Kacheiri Kalan and used to serve as administrative office to the Jat... 更多
In the Lohagarh Fort area, we visited Government Museum Bharatpur that contained some articles that belonged to the ruling Jat royal family. It also had some statues from various time period (8th century A.D.) onward. However the display was poor and there was hardly any staff to help. The building was magnificent though and the sprawling structure provided various photo... 更多
While in Bharatpur, with time to kill, you find very few places. So, the museum becomes an interesting option. It's quite a small museum but has some nice artefacts and guns. Some stuffed animals (from the Raj era) like leopard and bear are also there.
A few fine sculptures in the arcaded outdoor gallery, but the jewel of the place is the hamam! A beautiful, colorful painted domed ceiling, slender, elegant supporting columns, intricate marble floors. Several small rooms and a larger area - you can just imagine the royal women lounging and gossiping, plotting and bathing in those deep marble tubs! Great place!
A beautiful place to visit in Bharatpur. History to be learned in a new way. Architecture and technology in place will make you feel humble.