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An otherwise interesting attraction was marred by what looked like very lazy staff who moved dirt rather than cleaning up rubbish that was everywhere. Time to replace the very careless staff who do nothing to enhance this experience. Plus looked like administration doing work on...More
While the overall place is not that impressive, few things will make you wow.
There is a main ticket for the overall visit and inside you have to buy separate tickets for specific museums.
There's a nice A.C theatre showing all the glory of Thanjavur...More
The Palace itself is in a very dilapidated state. It is not just the ravages of time, but clearly due to sheer neglect and disdain. The great citizens of our country have done their bit by adding graffiti at every conceivable place. One feelks very...More
There is really very little to see in this Palace!
Most parts were closed when we visited and the few areas that were open were crumbling into ruins.
The display cases in the “art gallery “ were so dirty in some cases it was difficult...More
Visited Thajavur Royal palace complex in June 2018.
Saraswati Mahal Liabrary is partially open, a Hall with displays of manuscripts on LEAFs,some old dwawings are the highlites.
Art gallery has sections of stone carvings,Bronze sculptures. Thse are of periods 900 to 1000 years old. Natraj...More
These one of important palace and peaceful place. This place historical and monument of choza dynasty.Very poor maintanence to this place. Need to be more clean visitors also increases. Family and friends also like this place.