Patwon Ki HaveliCurrently Closed
- Address: Patwon Ki Haveli Amar Sagar Pol, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, India
- Timings: 08:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: 91-2992252406
- Ticket Price: 50 INR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Historical Site, Palace, Family And Kids, Architecture , Heritage Building
Patwon Ki Haveli is another example of the royal splendor of Jaisalmer. The Haveli isn’t just the one Haveli thought. There are five different Havelis in one giant complex that makes it an undoubtedly extra-ordinary experience.
The Buildings are incredibly intricately decorated inside and out. The metallic carvings, stone sculpture and the detailed lattice work are sure to leave you absolutely enthralled for hours together. It is undoubtedly an architectural marvel and tourist will love to see its rustic, regal beauty in all its glory.
The Archeological Survey of India has its offices within this structure. However, it is open for tourists and a truly magical sight to see so do not miss this one while you are in Jaisalmer.
- Most places here don’t have their own telephone numbers so call the tourism office for details instead; +91-2992-252406.
- Ticket costs are 10 INR for Indian Nationals.
- Camera fees 50 and 100 for Still camera and video recorder respectively.
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95% of people who visit Jaisalmer include Patwon Ki Haveli in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
55.56% of people start their Patwon Ki Haveli visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Patwon Ki Haveli
80.88% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Patwon Ki Haveli
Built by the rich traders of the time they were asked to build their homes outside by the king fearing their wealth. 5 brothers went on to build 5 architectural marvels. The carvings are intricate, the architecture so well planned. 2 are available for public, 2 under rj government, 1 still has family living in it. Renovated and preserved with visiting
Beautiful work. There is an entry fees of 100 rupees though its on little higher side but worth as the tourist count is on higher side, this will help to better maintain the interiors. All the carvings are so so spectacular inside and outside both.
Overpriced tickets for a dusty, ill maintained building. It's better to see this only from outside. The most beautiful part is seen from outside. Nothing much inside. No need for guides, don't fall into their traps.
It's a colony which was planned and constructed for the businessmen families to live. Don't mistake it for a palace. Though it's no less than one. Very intricate designs on balconies. Made of sandstone. You can also do a little shopping of local handicrafts from the shops inside it. Duration would be 2-4 hours for the visit. Ideal time is December.
We loved the experience. The place is very beautiful and well maintained. It's got an authentic historical feel to it and best is the view from the terrace. Absolutely lovely!