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About Bengaluru Palace, Bengaluru

Built by Rev. Garrett, the first Principal of the Central High School in Bengaluru, it was bought by Chamarajendra Wodeyar in the year 1873. Built in Tudor-style architecture, it is adorned with magnificent woodcarvings. The palace holds resemblance to the medieval castles that were built in Normandy and England. Once surrounded by beautiful gardens, the palace has now not what it used to be. But, it still succeeds in attracting tourists. Gothic windows, Fortified towers, Battlements and Turrets lend a great degree of magnificence to the Bengaluru Palace. Mainly constructed of wood, it features splendid carvings and paintings.

Once the residence of the Wodeyars, it now serves as the venue for various concerts, exhibitions and cultural programs held in the city. The palace has a massive open square courtyard with granite seats (decorated with fluorescent blue ceramic tiles), a ballroom, The Durbar Hall along with a number of paintings of Raja Ravi Varma, a dining table of the Diwan of Mysore, Sir Mirza Ismail, A Chair to weigh Jockeys and Coat Of Arms among the others.

Immerse yourself in the experience of being in a medieval looking architecture of the Bengaluru Palace by grabbing the Bengaluru Palace tickets. Tickets for Bengaluru Palace can be bought at the counter and while it is not a compulsion to buy tickets for Bengaluru Palace from the tickets section, we strictly recommend travelers to book tickets for Bengaluru Palace well in advance as it provides a complete experience along with a tour of other important landmarks and a professional guide on offer which is way good a deal given the Bengaluru Palace ticket prices.

Bengaluru Palace Tickets Prices

  • Entry Fee for Indians: Rs. 225 
  • Entry Fee for Foreigners:  Rs.450
  • Rs. 675: Still Camera, Rs. 100: Mobile Camera, Rs. 1,000: Cam-order

How To Get To Bengaluru Palace by Public Transport

  • Public Buses
  • Auto rickshaws
  • Hire Taxi
  • Nearest Railway Station: Bangalore City Jn Train Station

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Address: Near Mount Carmel Institute of Management, Palace Road, Vasant Nagar, Bangalore, Karnataka 560052

Phone: +91-8023360818

Ticket Price: 225 INR

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Discover the city of Bangalore and its best attractions on this comprehensive sightseeing tour with a private guide. Trace the history of India’s colonial past and learn about its religion, culture and wildlife conservation with stops at temples, art galleries, museums and parks. Driving by private vehicle past lovely gardens and along clean roads, you’ll visit Anjaneya and Rajarajeshwari temples, Bannerghatta Biological Park, the National Gallery of Modern Art and Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium. You’ll be won over by the beauty of Bangalore!

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Join us to discover the magical city of Mysore and experience the old-world charm of the "City of Palace". You will learn about the heritage and history of Mysore and explore the art and architecture of its palaces. You will visit Mysore Royal Palace, Chamundeswari Temple, Chamundi Hill and St. Philomena's Church and be completely taken over by the charm of this special city.

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  • Easily accessible place and a good point of interest. A bit pricey tickets, but most of the palace is well maintained. The audio guide is quite good and useful. Exteriors are awesome and provide a good scope for photography. Overall it's good forFor one time visit and if you like to see heritage buildings and places.

  • It's a historical place for gifted to Bangalore by king. Bangalore Palace, a palace located in Bengaluru, Karnataka, India, in an area owned originally by Rev. J. Garrett, who was the first Principal of the Central High School in Bangalore, now known as Central College. The beginning of the construction of the Palace is attributed to him. Rev. Garrett was an early pioneering educationist of Wesleyan Mission. He started the first press here, and printed literary works in Kannada too. His daughter married the celebrated historian, educationist and archaeologist B. L. Rice. Together, they have given us immortal works. Rice's bungalow still exists opposite to the Windsor Manor hotel and goes by the name 'Rain Tree.[1]

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  • Bangalore Place looks beautiful from outside. Inside nothing much too see except the rooms and their furniture. Tickets are really expensive, 230 Rs each. Also for mobile phone photo 265 Rs extra and for camera Rs 600 or so. If you do not but ticket for your cell phone and camera and caught taking picture, you will be harassed and fined. So be careful. If you are in big group, it's better to see the palace from outside and take picture. It's not worth to enter and spend so much money. It's not worth after visiting Mysore palaces and a cheaper ticket.

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  • The palace although extremely beautiful from the rear is not all that amazing inside. The interiors are nothing out of the ordinary. The entry fee is simply notorious 240 bucks. And they give you a audio guide. But it's not worth the trouble. The garden and the exteriors of the palace are a beautiful sight although the guards out there are very rude. And never trust the auto drivers there. They either charge a kidney or just nearly too little as they will deceive you into going with them to the shops that pay them a good commission for customers.

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  • As a one of major tourist attraction place, you can't skip this from your list. Well surroundings, nice greenery and all. But don't get the heritage feeling at all, quite a modern palace like any other big hotel. Major point please carry enough cash with you, for entry they don't accept cards or any other e payments and entry fee is quite high 240 per person and camera and all other fees.

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