Lalgarh Palace and Museum, Bikaner

3.7
Historic Site · Tourist Spot
Admire exquisitely arranged and intricately carved red sandstone at Lalgarh Palace and Museum, a royal complex designed by a British military architect in Indo-Saracenic style. Built between 1902 and 1926, the edifice is famous for its latticed sandstone, and once housed the royal Mughal family. Learn about the royal family of Maharaja Ganga Singh and check out the robes, uniforms, ornate fireplaces, magnificent colonnades still on display. Shri Sadul Museum features the world’s fourth-largest private library, and the complex also boasts a swimming pool made in Art Deco style. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Lalgarh Palace and Museum by using our Bikaner online trip maker.
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  • Yes full of area is filled by Fort and Garden area.You can vist whole area but from out side only . if you are stay in This Fort Hotel Then you can easily visit all area inside building also. A...  more »
  • They don't let you go into the palace in ticket. Only a museum watch available here and that is not worth seeing because photos are mainly displayed here. It will be better to choose gajner palace...  more »
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  • A lovely hotel where we decided to go for lunch. The grounds and locales are very well maintained but the staff and food are an altogether different story. When we came in for lunch we found the restaurant completely empty, we had to hunt down a staff member and then be seated. Food served was bland and tasteless, a baked vegetables dish was served to us without being baked and the cheese was simply grated and sprinkled in its raw state over the dish. We had to ask repeatedly for cloth napkins as they simply served us paper napkins, never heard of a heritage hotel serving paper napkins to customers. The Safed Maas we ordered had no taste at all and I couldn’t see any strands of saffron that is customary in this preparation. All in all a place to avoid for food, a coffee or beer to check the ground is good enough but I wouldn’t recommend this hotel for an overnight stay or food as there are much better options nearby.
  • One of the finest heritage hotels of Rajasthan......including hygienic food , safe swimming pool, fine amenities.... Beautiful paintings and photographs of nature..... Beautiful and rare portraits of the royal family..... Each and every minute is worth staying here....excellent.
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