Lalgarh Palace, BikanerCurrently Open
- Address: Lalgarh Palace, NH15, Samta Nagar, Bikaner, Rajasthan 334001, India
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +91-1512540201
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Hotel, Museum, Historical Site, Palace, Food And Drinks, Family And Kids
About Lalgarh Palace, Bikaner
One of the few palaces commissioned by the British for Indian kings, The Lalgarh Palace was commissioned for Maharaja Ganga Singh. Built between 1902 and 1926 the Palace has very iconic Indo Saracenic touch to it. Inside are huge grand rooms like, the drawing room, guests room, ball room, supper room, lounges, pavilions, all a treat to the eye. The carvings on the pillars, ceilings, lattice work are all very intricately beautiful. A part of the palace has now been converted into a grand hotel and a small museum.
Lalgarh Palace Information
- Sri Sadul Museum is located inside the palace.
Lalgarh Palace Ticket Prices
- 25 INR for Museum, Indian tourists.
Lalgarh Palace Opening and Closing Hours
- Museum is open: 10.00am to 5.00pm from Monday to Sunday.
How To reach Lalgarh Palace by Public Transport
- Ask locals for direction. Walk or take a rikshaw if possible.
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Lalgarh Palace, Bikaner Reviews
For weddings it's good. Very costly property. Well managed. Lot of staff to take care. Service is good. Infrastructure is royal. Properly showcase Rajasthan Royalty
Magnificent heritage property. Huge rooms with bigger bathrooms than one can expect. High ceilings, massive pillars, lush green lawns, intricate carvings all restored to the best. Good food with good quantity. Great service too
It's a very good place to see.. I could not stay due to tight schedule.. It's costly.. But if u prefer luxury thn its worth staying there
Visited Here in Airtel Navratna Meeting Programme in 2015... Jyoti Bhai G,Vinod Darling,
Maharaja Ganga Singh commissioned the construction of this majestic palace. This architectural marvel is made entirely of red sandstone and was built in 1902 to commemorate his father, Maharaja Lal Singh. The design was conceptualised by Sir Swinton Jacob, who created this oriental fantasy by blending Rajputana, Islamic and European architecture.