Maharaja Ranjit Singh Museum and Panorama: This museum is modelled close to Shalimar Gardens of Lahore and is a popular tourist attraction in Amritsar owning to its natural scenic vista. It was earlier named as the company garden but was later changed to Rambagh by Maharaja Ranjit Singh to mark his devotion to Guru Ram Das.
You will be witnessing the household of the Sikh Empire's founder. A great fighter and an extraordinary leader. Right next to this museum stands the beautiful Maharaja Ranjit Singh Panorama, which is an eternal visual record which encapsulates the life of the Maharaja. All this is packed in a huge circular and two storied building which highlight the superb painting that gloriously convey the stories of his battles. All this is punctuated with several figures that render the place a new dimension; all this is supported by a multimedia exhibition depicting the scene of war. Some other things that are worth noticing here are several huge and paintings of real life size. Along with that there are dioramas which feature the life and times of the great Maharaja himself. One thing that is highlighted is a court scene of the erstwhile metropolis of Lahore. The latter is a likeness of a painting by the Astro-Hungarian artist, August Schoefft; also called ‘Court of Lahore’, it was completed it in 1852 and exhibited in Vienna for the first time in 1855.