The mixture and mingling of architect and style of different regions of India, as such, can be distinctly seen in design & architect of the Vijaya Vilas Palace.
The palace is slightly away from the main road connected through a single-track access road. At the entrance, there is a payment counter where you have to pay for the entrance ticket and photography ticket, if you wish to take pictures even from mobile phone. Parking lot is next to the ticket counter and parking charge is ₹ 50 for cars. Palace is not visible from here. You have to walk a while through the sprawling palace grounds with lot of different varieties of tress along with many peacocks, before you reach this impressive red sandstone Palace.
You have to remove your footwear before entering the palace. On the ground floor there are a couple of rooms like the Living Room, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Library, etc. open for public viewing. You can view all the rooms from outside, from open windows and doors, entry inside the rooms is not allowed. There is an array of artifacts, photographs, gifts, souvenirs, furniture and hunting trophies such as stuffed tiger on display.