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Amidst the city landscapes and crowded streets, stands the majestic Bengaluru Palace reflecting beauty and charm.
What Is It?
Located in Vasanth Nagar, the Bengaluru Palace was built in the year 1887 by King Chamaraja Wadiyar and till date exudes the royal charm of a historic era, open to the public to view its splendour beauty.
What’s In It?
Witness the lavish charm and elegant architectural beauty of South India’s most enduring dynasties. The Palace is spread over 454 acres, including the gardens and an open courtyard on the ground floor.
The interiors of the Palace are decked with floral motifs, cornices and wooden carvings with Victorian touch on the furniture. There are 35 rooms in the palace, decorated with paintings, a staircase which leads to the elegance Durbar hall. There you’ll find Gothic-inspired stained-glass windows with sofa sets a dash of yellow colour on the walls.
Travel back to the era of the mid-19th century by gazing at the paintings and the pristine beauty of the palace.
Address: Palace Road, Vasanth Nagar, Bengaluru – 560052
Timings: 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
Phone: +91 80233 60818/15789
Entry fees: ₹230 (Indians) & ₹460 (Foreigners)
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