This place is located within a section of the palace. As the royal family still live there, this is a well maintained place. This takes you through the history of the royal dynasty of gwalior. A good time pass place.
This museum is like many other royal museums, displaying the royal family, its articles and its lifestyle. So there are grand spectacles to see in that. One has to see the party hall with too heavy chandeliers and interesting color work, not dissimilar to the Mysore Palace. There are other interesting things like the dining table train which served its... 更多
This is the second most attractive place at Gwalior.This museum mainly consist of used belongings of Schindias. They maintain the museum in good way but entry ticket cost is very high for general people of India.
Highly appreciated place to visit. 100rs entry fees and 100rs Camera/Mobile fees. You can deposit your extra mobiles to free locker, no doubt you would own the key. Please carry a camera with you, you would miss a lot if you don't. You need a complete day if you want to watch it completely.
I was in Gwalior for a business trip and thankfully my train to Delhi got delayed and I got a chance to visit this place. It's a nice museum having artifacts from 800bc to modern tools used by the prince of Gwalior... camera and mobile phone is allowed with a charge of 100 INR... you will really enjoy the royal... 更多
H H Maharaja Sir Jiwajirao Scindia Museum, Jaivilas Palace is one of the main attractions of Gwalior. Spending 60-90 minutes in this massive palace, built in 1874, really gives us an enchanting glimpse of Royal Family lifestyle. Various sections of the museum are divided into 40 rooms, out of total 400 rooms. The best area is Durbar Hall, which includes... 更多
Its a life time experience to visit this Palace. Though it becomes a bit tiring as it is too big but yet one loves to see each and every part of it.
At 'Jai Vilas Palace' at Gwalior....Beautiful....(No less than Versailles in France)....World's Biggest & Heaviest Chandeliers (two in no.)weighing 3500 kg each(yes three thousand five hundred kg, they were assembled in the Room itself)....&...many more displays..