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A very old and prestigious museum of Jaipur, the Albert hall Museum is a wonderful place to visit. It is named in honour of King Albert Edward VII of England due to the fact that it was he who had inaugurated it. It lies beyond the original walled city. Builtby Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob it was inaugurated sometime in the late 19th century.
Maharaja Ram Singh wanted the building to be a town hall; however, the next king- Maharaja Madho Singh II let it remain a museum. Jaipur’s amazing cultural heritage finds a home in this museum. The most impressive objects on display are the artefacts and oil paintings, water colour portraits and landscapes along with several articles made of ivory and stone, along with mesmerizing crystal artistry and metal sculptures.
The fusion of the Indo-Saracenic culture is definitely worth admiring, making this museum quite an important monument to view as well.
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First challenge is crossing the road to get here followed by finding the entrance which is not through the front but around to the left. When I reached the ticket box a guy approached me to tell me that today the museum is free. Immediately my suspicion radar goes off as nothing in India is ever 'free'. Turns out it was for whatever reason though the entry fee isn't much anyway. Audio guides are available but I I didn't bother. To be honest I found it largely quite dull. The building itself is more interesting than the contents which is mostly pottery, plates, vases, tapestries, drawings and sculptures. The only parts that I found interesting were some old weapons and musical instruments. There's a small Egyptian section near the end. The police/guards who spend most of their time half asleep suddenly spring to life and get very stroppy if you don't follow the proper pathway through. All up I spent 40 minutes here, I wouldn't bother unless you've run out of things to do.
It's just superb place. Rajasthan, as a whole, especially Jaipur is wonderful place! The state gives so much importance to tourism, and it was a wonderful experience for me. The Albert Hall museum is lit at night, which itself is very beautiful from outside.
Situated in center of the city. It is a good tourist point. It's a museum having all ancient things displaying proper information about it. Closes at 6 in the evening. Entry fee is 100 Rs for people living in India and 1000 for foreigners.
It's like what India gate is to Delhi. Or at least that's what I thought. The lawns and main roads on either side of the main museum structure is open to everyone. I went there early morning and there were many many people practicing yoga or just finishing up their morning walk. The museum structure is imposing and majestic.
It's a nice museum situated just 2 km away from ink city. The area around the albert hall is so nice. There's garden on both roadsides and a zoo also. It feels good to be here. The mummy museum is good here, it gives you basic knowledge about ancient egyptian culture.