Visit Shaniwar Wada
Bajirao Peshwa built the Shaniwar Wada in 1736. It is a seven storied mansion and served as a seat of political power during its time.
Bajirao Peshwa built the Shaniwar Wada in 1736. It is a seven storied mansion and served as a seat of political power during its time. It acclaimed tremendous importance and is the city’s main attraction till date.
The Shaniwar Wada was largely destroyed by mysterious fires in 1827 which continued to rise during the 19th century and led to the destruction of the entire palace leaving just the mirror hall intact. When visiting the palace, one can still get a view of the leftover plinths, the fortification walls with five gateways, and nine bastions that enclosed the whole complex.
The elaborate foundations of the original palace along with the nagarkhana showcasing the wooden pillars and lattice work add up to the beauty of the mansion. The sturdy doors were designed to be protected from the enemy.
Open: Every day
Visiting Timing: 0800 HRS to 1830 HRS
Visiting Charges: Indian - 5 INR Foreigner - 125 INR
Sound and Light Show: 25 INR per person
Visit Duration:1 Hour
Timing0800 HRS to 1830 HRS
PREFFERED BYHistory Lovers
TIME SPENT1-2 hours
ENTRY FEEIndian - 5 IN Foreigner - 125 INR Sound and Light Show: 25 INR per person
Best SeasonJul - Feb
LANGUAGESMarathi, Hindi and English
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