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Lukshmi Villas Palace is the Official residence of the Maharaja Of Baroda.The royal family still resides in this magnificent palace builtin 1889.A part of the palace is open for visitors during the day 10 am to 5 pm. Mondays is the weekly off day...more
All reviews audio guide golf course durbar hall four times royal family still resides stained glass vilas palace entry ticket rich heritage must visit place different languages the ground floor till date on display first floor sayajirao gaekwad nice place
I guess if the staff is trained to respect only the royals then they shouldn't allow any visitors. Why the hell you open your house on display for strangers and then can't be even polite with them.
Audio guide... I am not sure if it...More
I visited this palace which high expectation but during my visit it's worst palace of India I have visited, staff is completely unprofessional, no training to talk with guest, tourist, no respect at all, they only open palace for earning money, they charge 225/- for...More
I have visited in july-19. i were expecting some interesting things but i am unable to get my expectation fulfill.most of the things are getting decorated that time and they allow only limited access to visitors
The Palace is ornately decorated with artistic craftsmanship. The grounds are scenic and one may come across an occasional peacock. The Palace is also available for large group functions celebrating occasions.
The palace and the surrounding gardens are very well maintained. You are provided with an audio guide which is really very helpful. The clarity, music and the sound of the audio guide is very clear and you are provided with loads of valuable information.
I have visited many palaces and museums but I must admit that this is the first time I have enjoyed it a lot. They provide you with an audio guide and you just need to follow the instructions & move around the palace. The audio...More
Positive note : Makes us proud ofour rich heritage....Period!
1. Audio aid is not user friendly at all.Checkout the one in operation at Similar palace of Udaipur.
2. More fans or cooling required moreso in this hot weather
3. Staff was courteous but...More
Response from SanjayB101 | Reviewed this property |
It all depends how much time u have, as going to Pavagadh/Champaner which is world heritage , rope way to Mahakali temple and back requires -3-hours provided there is no more queue in ropeway . For seeing Baroda/Vadodara it... More
It all depends how much time u have, as going to Pavagadh/Champaner which is world heritage , rope way to Mahakali temple and back requires -3-hours provided there is no more queue in ropeway . For seeing Baroda/Vadodara it May be flying visit,as there are so many places to see. Say min. -1- hr in Laxmi Vilas Palace, another hr for Fatehsinh museum, -2 to 3- hrs for Kamatibaug museum,Zoo , garden etc , then other places EME temple, Kashi Wishvanath temple, Isckon temple and many more . It may require 3-5 days . Though as s flying visit you can do both. Thanks & wish you happy stay in Baroda😊
Response from Divyang P | Reviewed this property |
the rates for per person is 200. it was rate of last year. for this year, it may be different. Along with entry pass, you will get a mp3 player in different languages. You can use it as per your convenience. It works as your... More
the rates for per person is 200. it was rate of last year. for this year, it may be different. Along with entry pass, you will get a mp3 player in different languages. You can use it as per your convenience. It works as your personal guide.