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  • Entrance Fee:
    Indians INR 175
    Foreigners INR 350
  • Opening Hour:
    10 AM - 6 PM
    Mon to Sat
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  • LocationBangalore, Karnataka

  • Opening Hours 10 AM - 6 PM
    Mon to Sat

  • Entrance Fee Indians INR 175
    Foreigners INR 350

  • Camera Fee INR 500 (Camera / Video)

Bangalore Palace

Located in the heart of the city, Bangalore Palace is one of the main tourist attractions of Bengaluru (Bengalore). It took many years to complete its construction, which started in the year 1862. The construction of the palace took around 2 years. Back then, it was owned by Maharaja of Mysore belonging to the Wodeyar Dynasty. A blend of Tudor and Scottish Gothic styles of architecture is reflected in the structure. The interior of the palace is downright exquisite. The ground floor is an open courtyard with blue ceramic tiles and is mainly used for holding private parties. Gothic glass windows, paintings, fortified towers, wood carvings, elegant furniture and other things have been collaborated to get the look. The Darbar Hall has paintings of Raja Ravi Verma and a massive elephant head.

The Palace’s ground is used as a venue for important events like concerts. Aerosmith, Akon, Black Eyed Peas, The Rolling Stones, Deep Purple, Roger Waters, Guns N’ Roses, The Prodigy, Enrique Iglesias, Cradle of Fifth are just few artists who have performed here. Not just concerts the Ground also houses an amusement park, where you can indulge in joy rides, snow room and water park. Other attractions of Bangalore Palace are A Chair to Weigh Jockeys and Coat of Arms. For the comfort of the visiting tourists, an audio guide of the palace was released. The audio guides are an hour long and are available in Hindi, English, Kannada, French, German, Spanish, German and Italian.

Bangalore Palace in Bangalore Karnataka is greatly admired for its brilliant wood carvings, and this architectural wonder has continued to captivate tourists for over centuries. The palace building is surrounded by a well maintained garden which enhances the magnificent charm.

Bangalore Palace Bangalore is mainly built of wood and marveled worldwide for its exquisite paintings and carvings. The entrance to the palace is marked by a splendid door panel that leads on to the grandeur within. The elegant interiors are adorned with floral motifs, moldings, cornices and relief paintings adorning the ceilings.

The main attraction of Bangalore Palace Bangalore is an art gallery that displays several historical photos, including those of viceroys, maharajas and other royal personages and exquisite paintings and carvings.

How to Reach

By Air:- The nearest airport is Bangalore airport which is well connected with major Indian cities.

By Rail:- Bangalore is well-connected by trains to almost all major Indian cities and towns.

By Bus:- Regular bus services are available from Bangalore to different cities of Karnataka and to other parts of South India.