Bagore Ki Haveli Museum
Bagore Ki Haveli Museum
4.5
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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Ankosh Lath
Mumbai, India108 contributions
Honestly, we could not visit the museum, as the museum closes by 5pm, and by the time we were able to finish our other itenary places & reach, the museum was already closed.
So thing is... there is a Bagore ki Haveli (Palace), where you can visit from 10am to 5pm. From 5pm to 7pm everything is closed. From 7pm onwards, in the same premises, there is a Dharohar show. This is ultimate.

Honestly, the feedback i got from locals is that if you have already visited the City Palace, Bagore's Haveli is ok to skip.

Talking more about the Dharohar show, you can buy tickets during from 5pm to 7pm. I booked tickets online to save the ticket que waiting time. Rs 80 charged extra for online booking / convenience fee :)

Dharohar show essentially comprises of 3 parts.
1. Traditional Folk Dance ~ 15-20 mins
2. Katputli / Puppet show ~ 15-20 mins
3. Dance / Walking on broken glass pieces ~ 15-20 mins
4. Total 1 hour show

You must have already seen this elsewhere, but watching the highly motivated artist and their attitude will bring goosebumps. Do visit.

Seating is first cum first serve. So arrive early (6:30pm types) to grab the best seat.
Seating arrangements are comfortable. My 6 year old kid was comfortable watching the show
Written March 10, 2022
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Globetrotter0212
New York City, NY131 contributions
Couples
If there is one place that does true justice and has kept the rajasthani folk dance & music alive then it’s this place.Try to come lil early so you can grab the best seats.Mattress are put on the floor for comfort and there are benches too for seating.It’s a amazing time to see all amazing artists perform their suites with amazing discipline,skill and smile! The dances are amazing and graceful, attire is stunningly colorful and all the acts are nothing short of extraordinary.If you are taking pics they charge you 100 Rs ( $ 1.35) and tickets are only 100rs,beware of the street touts !! All in all a 5 ⭐️ place to be with family and kids!
Written May 14, 2022
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batramadhur
Rohtak, India741 contributions
Didn't visit the museum but visited in the evening for Dharohar cultural show.
There are 6-7 different acts and dances which happen which are a delight to watch.

Don't try to look out or buy tickets online, go to the place directly and buy them for Rs. 100 each, the tickets do get sold out so during the season it is a possibility for a crunch.
So, better buy it early while visiting city palace or gangaur ghat or Jagdish temple.

The show entry starts at 7 so better get in queue by 6:45 to get a front row seat and enjoy for 30-45 minutes.

When there are more people they do another show at 8 PM but it depends on the crowd.
Written March 18, 2021
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Sajid
Nashik, India55 contributions
The dance show at this place is a result of a lot of hardwork and one feels that 100 Rs is way too low a ticket price for such a well made show. A MUST DO activity if you are in Udaipur. And do buy the pass at the end of the show for the camera/mobile that you carry (voluntary it is) but I think it helps encourage the people behind this show.
Written February 2, 2022
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virendsa
Mumbai, India109 contributions
The most fantastic and yet highly underrated museum of Udaipur. Not a museum fan myself and this place only caught my eye on the net due to the culture performances. but when I went there the same was cancelled due to corona but the guard there persuaded me to check the place out and seriously I was bewildered by the paintings, the weaponry and even the whole setting that threw me back a few generations in time.
Located right by the Gangor Ghat waterfront, this is not just value for mon ey [INR 20/- as opposed to the INR 300/- at the palace that is clearly overated] but it also has many hidden gems from coloured windows and stained glasses to colourful artifacts and even a shrine to a local warrior god in it.
Definitely do not miss....
Written November 8, 2021
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DrJKundu
Kolkata (Calcutta), India16 contributions
Couples
We saw the show on 11th Feb. Different regional dances of Rajasthan - Jori to Ghoomor, Also there was outstanding Puppet shows. Folk drama. Everything was done so professionally that we felt that it is done in its authentic form. We enjoyed every moment of the 1 hour show. We were spellbound.
Few tips - please try to book the show online well in advance, so that you can avoid waiting in line to buy tickets. We tried to buy the tickets online around 5 pm on the same day, it did not allow us. Probably one has to buy the tickets few hours earlier. Seating is on the basis of first come first serve. So based is to buy the ticket online and go straight to the show before 6.15 pm. Otherwise come before 5.45 pm and stand in line to buy tickets.
Written February 11, 2020
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Traveler
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Family
Don't miss the excellent traditional cultural dance show and puppet show in evening, 7 to 8pm. Tickets start selling at 6.15pm. It's very popular so you would need to queue up early and get seated. Well worth the wait.
Written February 12, 2020
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Mahika
Mumbai, India24 contributions
Friends
We were very keen to catch the cultural show here and queued up very well in advance to score the tickets. People start flicking around an hour before the show and you should also try to get here soon as the tickets and the seating are available on first come, first serve basis. And it’s good to get the seats ahead to have the best view.

The show is beautiful as it has a puppet dance show and also the tradition folk dances of Rajasthan and it’s mesmerising to see the people be so graceful and listen to the traditional folk music. An absolute must visit when in the city.
Written January 26, 2020
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Sonam T
Ryde, Australia17 contributions
Family
We went there to watch the show (dance and acts). The ticket costed Inrs 90 (for locals) and 150 (for foreigners); the show was 45 mins long. It comprised rajasthani folk dances, acts and songs reflecting local culture and traditions. The combination of colourful costumes, Folk music and props paired with wonderful performances made the experience delightful.
Written February 21, 2020
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Diary of Tanmay❣️
Thane, India1,244 contributions
Couples
It's a perfect place to watch folk dance in Udaipur.
It's located near lake pichola and easily accessible while walking.
It has limited seating capacity so I would suggest you to stand early in line to grab a ticket so you can seat in front row to get a perfect view of dance.

It was a great show indeed
Written March 10, 2020
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