Bangalore Palace, Bangalore
About Bangalore Palace
Built by the Chamarajendra Wadiyar in 1887, the monument is a blend of Tudor and Gothic architecture. Major part of the construction covering 400 acres is made of wood, and is renowned for the carvings and the paintings it houses. The palace is constructed as an alternative respite during summer and is open for public view.
There are around 1000 artifacts including the photos of maharajas’ and other famous personalities, paintings and carvings. Major attraction is a famous bench and a fountain in the courtyard gifted to the Wodeyar by the King of Spain Don Alphonso.
10 AM to 6 PM (Sunday holiday).
Indian tourist - Rs. 225, foreign tourist - Rs. 450, still camera - Rs. 675 and video shooting - Rs. 1,405.
Near Mount Carmel Institute of Management, Palace Cross Road, Vasant Nagar, Bangalore, Karnataka 560052.