Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur
Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Ramniwas Bag, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302004
Ticket Price: 300 INR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
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About Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur
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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Albert Hall Museum Information
- A royal suites and rooms of the fort are interconnected through secured passages and bear delicate artistries on wall fresco. The fort had also been the venue for the historical Treaty between the Jaipur and the Maratha soldiers.
Albert Hall Museum Ticket Prices
- Indian Visitor: Rs 40
- Indian Student: Rs 20
- Overseas visitor: Rs 300
- Overseas Student: Rs 150
- For various combinations of tickets with other attractions, refer to the website.
Albert Hall Museum Opening and Closing Hours
- Please check the official website before visiting.
How To reach Albert Hall Museum by Public Transport
- Bus stop: Opposite Maharani College, Sawai Ram Singh Rd, Panch Batti, Ashok Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302001
Restaurants Near Albert Hall Museum
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This beautiful place is situated near Ramnivas Garden.. Too much open road circle makes it more beautiful. It looks very attractive from out side.. This place is having too much old paintings,pictures, maps, old time music instruments, old war time weapons and more... In the basement there are mummies placed of Egyptians.. In basement no photography is allowed.. The place is neat and clean form inside and outside both..It looks more beautiful in night time in lighting..
Very good place, beautiful from outside. In the basement the Egyptian mummies was really informative to your surprise there is a real mummy in that section, you cannot miss that part. The art work, coin collection, carved antique furniture, weapons were displayed. Very crowded had to stand in an hours line so I would recommend you buy the composite ticket online, it allows you to visit many monuments showing the same ticket.
This museum situated near Jaipur zoo. There is a big road circle around it. It has parking. It opens in day and in night after 7 pm too. The museum contains so many things such as old statue, pictures, paintings, duplicate of popular buildings, old musical instruments, it also has pics and many type of items which is being used by different civilizations in the world. The best thing you will find is in the basement a mummy. The mummy is lying on a table in sealed glass. The basement is very clean and calm. Photography is not allowed in this section. They also put x-ray of mummy on the wall. The bones of the mummy looks in very good condition.
Its a wow place and u would simply love it if u adore museums or history. Far better than the City Palace galleries. Its a big premise with several floors and rooms, and takes a while to fully explore. photography is allowed.
It's very beautiful and knowledgeable. Charges of camera is to high but mobile is allowed. Audio guide is very useful to more in details. Mummy section is below ground floor and at the end of exit point so don't miss it.