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The Bangalore Palace was the private residence of the royal Wodeyar family. Built to resemble Windsor Castle, this quirky palace is filled with an interesting and eclectic collection of art and paraphernalia from a bygone era. The palace grounds are...more
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Coming to the Palace is an experience in revisiting the opulent royal era . The palace is modled on the British s castles - surrounded by the well laid out beautiful gardens . The interiors of the palace living quarters , inner courtyards , the...More
I recommend visiting this at opening time, around 10am. You can be the first in and enjoy the palace in relative peace and quiet.
There is a lot of restoration work being carried out which is good to see and at contrast with previous reviews...More
The palace is not so well maintained from the inside despite being an important royal landmark from heritage perspective, it has a pretty architecture & beautiful garden in the front though which is quite astounding. Ticket is around rs250 for Indians & almost double for...More
If you plan to visit Bangalore, the Bangalore Palace should be on your sightseeing list. Although it is not very huge, but it is quite nice and a little, peaceful island in this hectic city of Bangalore. The offered audio guides are high recommended -...More
If you are looking for places to visit in Bangalore you can plan to visit this Palace. They have maintained it very nicely. 250 Rs is the charge for entry. Camera you are not allowed to take inside the campus. If you take camera you...More
Bangalore Palace is a Tudor style palace architecture, now converted into a museum. The palace was built in Tudor Revival style architecture with fortified towers and turrets. The interiors are decorated with elegant wood carvings, floral motifs, cornices and relief paintings on the ceiling. Yellow...More
From what i understand their is a long on going dispute over the grounds the palace stands in. As far as this concerning visiting off the palace i would have thought it would not have any implication but as a general rule i... More
From what i understand their is a long on going dispute over the grounds the palace stands in. As far as this concerning visiting off the palace i would have thought it would not have any implication but as a general rule i would ask this question to the tourist board off Benglore or India for a more clarification.
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Response from JDV-Nov13 | Reviewed this property |
its Rs.250 for Indians. its more beautiful from out side then inside, you can take a look inside in one hour max, if you are photolover you will take one hour outside... you can visit 24X7 throughout the year but if you are... More
its Rs.250 for Indians. its more beautiful from out side then inside, you can take a look inside in one hour max, if you are photolover you will take one hour outside... you can visit 24X7 throughout the year but if you are planning south india tour try to visit post monsoon..... greenery will catch your eye waterfalls around is place to visit more...