This is a good museum. Curated as best as it could be done. got the feeling that the emphasis was more on the current dispensation.
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This palace is well preserved by the Scindia's. It is considered to be a symbol of victory.This palace is a beautiful combination of Indian and European architecture. The columns reflecting the Corinthian and Tuscan order. The palace is open to the public and only when...More
Worth spending a few hours here, peeking into the detailed hard work that went into creating the legacy left behind and the Vision of a young royal at the tender age of 19, who wanted so much more for his country men. Apart from the...More
The palace museum has collection of personal belongings mainly of the Scindia Kings. The entry fee is too high. The museum has some photographs, dresses used by Kings, their chariots, beds, chairs etc. We get to see some parts of the palace, living rooms, drawing...More
Museum is great though mostly depicts personal belongings of the Maharaja. There is an entrance fees and separate fees for cameras / mobile phone with cameras. Given most of the items a personal belongings, cameras may not be worth to take in.