The Lalbaag Palace, gets its name from the Rose Garden in which it was built, it is believed there were around 13000 varieties of Roses in this garden. One of the new generation palaces, Lal Baag has a huge banquet, a library, lavish bedrooms, darbaar, the plush interior comprises of French furniture, Persian carpets, Italian Marble, a world full of luxuries. Entry is Rs. 10 for Indians and Rs. 250 for Non-Indians, photography is not permitted inside the palace.
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