Lalgarh Palace and Museum, Bikaner
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Admire exquisitely laid and intricately carved red sandstones of Lalgarh Palace and Museum, a royal architectural complex designed by a British military architect in Indo-Saracenic style. Built in 1902-1926, the edifice is famous for its lattice sandstone and it housed the royal Mughal family. Learn about the royal family of Maharaja Ganga Singh and check out their robes and uniforms and view ornate fireplaces and magnificent colonnades. Shri Sadul Museum features the world’s fourth largest private library and there is a swimming pool made in Art Deco style. Use our Bikaner travel itinerary maker to add Lalgarh Palace and Museum and other attractions to your Bikaner vacation plans.
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Although a huge portion of the palace is converted into a grand hotel, Lalgargh Palace is still more than worth visit. A museum which houses some amazing collections like the private rail compartment ... read more »
Really no one can make palace like that Now days it's impossible to do that thing . It's unique place to see the fort , it'd have some entry fee but it's reasonable price. 150 Indian ruppes for foreig... read more »
Un très grand palais/musée immense avec toutes ses diversités (or,argent,pierres précieuses,sur le toit une vue imprenable sur la ville.A very big huge Palace/Museum with all its diversities (gold, silver, precious stones, the roof of a view of the city.)show original
Bart Van den Bosch
Place looks grand but the interior misses soul. The dining room was rather austere and didn't have windows with an outside view. Rooms were OK.
Peace full place
Lallgarh Palace Bikaner
Very Good Palace Hotel in Bikaner
Barbara Stegmaiera very nice Luxury House. We probably felt very.show original
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