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WHAT DAY ARE YOU PLANNING TO EXPLORE THE MUSEUM

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WHAT DAY ARE YOU PLANNING TO EXPLORE THE MUSEUM

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WHAT DAY ARE YOU PLANNING TO EXPLORE THE MUSEUM

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VISITING HOURS

09:30 AM - 05:30 PM

  • Zenana Mahal::

    This space was once thriving with activity. The Zenana Mahal was a Palace dedicated to and lived in solely by the royal ladies of the Palace. They used to have their own functions and celebrations, rituals and even durbars of their own where they would discuss on matters related to the Zenana.  The rooms have over the years been converted into galleries of the Museum.

  • Kanch Ki Burj::

    Glass inlay work is specialty of Rajasthan and this room, which once served as a winter bedroom to the Maharanas, makes use of the colours most closely associated with the land of Mewar; red, yellow and white, in a zig-zag pattern. The dome and the floor are fitted with mirrors and the doors to this room are of ivory.

  • Mor Chowk::

    The jewel of The City Palace Museum, Udaipur, Mor Chowk, reflects the finest workmanship of the people of Mewar. The intricate glass inlay adorning the peacocks that sprang across this Chowk is a specialty of the region. Beautiful as it is, it was reserved for meetings with high profile guests. 

  • Baadi Mahal::

    The picturesque Baadi Mahal with its full-of-life garden and Mughal style, marble-finish, pillared corridor makes for a perfect place to unwind for our visitors. Partly open to the sky and with no floors below, the Baadi Mahal is at the topmost level of the Palace. The space was popularly put to use by the Royal family; for religious recitations, celebrations such as Holi and get-togethers such as birthdays. 

  • Rai Angan::

    The foundations of The City Palace, Udaipur were laid at the northeast corner of this courtyard and there are no rooms below this. It is the oldest portion of the Palace, a classic example of 16th century architecture, built by Maharana Udai Singh when he made Udaipur the capital of Mewar. At that time, this space served as living quarters, with the Nav Chowki Mahal dedicated to the Zenana. The walls of this courtyard have over the years witnessed several coronation ceremonies of the Maharanas of Mewar. At various other points of time, the rooms served as royal treasury as well.

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CITY PALACE IN UDAIPUR

City Palace is a jewel on the banks of Lake Pichola and houses several royal palaces within its premises. This is why City palace of Udaipur is known as “A palace of palaces” and boasts of an ornamental style that blends European, Medieval and Chinese Architecture. You can view a variety of architectural features inside these palaces including attractive mirror work, beautiful paintings. traditional royal furniture and ornamental tiles worK

Udaipur, a popular tourist destination known for it’s culture and tradition, grand palaces and beautiful lakes. Udaipur Railway Station connects the city with major Indian destinations such as Delhi, Ahmedabad, Jaipur and Mumbai, among others.

NEW DELHI TO UDAIPUR

Udaipur, a popular tourist destination known for it’s culture and tradition, grand palaces and beautiful lakes. Udaipur Railway Station connects the city with major Indian destinations such as Delhi, Ahmedabad, Jaipur and Mumbai, among others.

New Delhi to Udaipur – 12 hours 43 minutes

Ahmedabad to Udaipur – 13 hours 50 minutes

Jaipur to Udaipur – 7 hours 35 minutes

Mumbai to Udaipur – 14 hours 46 minutes

If travelling by air. board a flight for Maharana Pratap Airport in Udaipur. The airport is at a distance of 20 km from the centre of the city and has good connectivity with major Indian cities like Delhi. Mumbai, Jaipur and Ahmedabad

NEW DELHI TO UDAIPUR

You can travel from New Delhi to Udaipur by booking a flight. The total flight time between New Delhi & Udaipur is around 1 hour 15 minutes.

New Delhi to Udaipur – 1 hours 20 minutes

Ahmedabad to Udaipur – 1 hour

Jaipur to Udaipur – 55 minutes

Mumbai to Udaipur – 1 hours 15 minutes

Udaipur, a popular tourist destination in the state of Rajasthan, offers glimpses of the golden Rajput era in India.

NEW DELHI TO UDAIPUR

New Delhi to Udaipur – 11 hours

Ahmedabad to Udaipur – 5 hours

Jaipur to Udaipur – 6 hours 43 minutes

Mumbai to Udaipur – 13 hours 48 minutes

Facilities

The City Palace Museum, Udaipur makes all attempts to ensure our visitors have a wonderful experience during their visit, and provide universal accessibility. Following are the facilities that one can avail:

  • Information Desk
  • Audio guides: English, French, German and Spanish languages
  • Accessible lift
  • Wheelchair
  • Ramp
  • Drinking water
  • Washrooms
  • Accessible Toilet
  • Childcare Room
  • Car parking