Visit Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum
The Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum forms a major part of the City Palace and is located inside the Mubarak Mahal. It showcases brilliant collections of royal artifacts and other handicrafts.
The Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum forms a major part of the City Palace and is located inside the Mubarak Mahal. It showcases brilliant collections of royal artifacts and other handicrafts. While touring inside the museum you will come across various historic items reflecting Rajput culture. You can have a glimpse of the garments worn by Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh I (ruled from 1750-1768), which forms the most distinguished part of the museum along with other royal costumes, Benarasi silk saris, Pashmina (kashmiri) shawls and folk embroidery works that can be appreciated while exploring every inch of the building. The museum has a strong grip on Rajasthan's culture and history and paves a direct entry into the hearts of millions of its admirers.
- According to a myth, Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh I weighed around 250kg and had 108 wives. Guides here keep entertaining tourists by telling them tales of how much he ate for his meals.
- Entry Fee: Indians-Rs. 75, Foreign Tourists-Rs. 300
Timing9:30 to 17:00. (all 7 days a week)
PREFFERED BYHistory Buffs ,Adventure Seekers, Photo Fanatics
TIME SPENT1 to 2 hours
ENTRY FEEIndians: Rs. 75 Foreign Tourists: Rs. 300
AttractionsForts, Palaces and Monuments
LANGUAGESHindi, English, Brajbhasha for literary works