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11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
History tours
Rs 225 for Indians, Rs 450 for foreigners, Rs 675 per still camera, Rs 1000 per cam corder and Rs 100 per mobile camera
All year
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27 out of 274 attractions in Bangalore

Bangalore Palace

This palace is the Palace Gardens located in the heart of the city was constructed in 1887 by the Wodeyar Dynasty. The look of the palace is just like one of those medieval castles of England. It is said that this Tudor style palace was inspired from the Windsor Castle of England. The design and beauty of the Windsor Castle is said to have impressed Raja Chamarajendra Wodeyar so much that he decided to make this palace. The palace, though it has lost much of its previous grandeur, still manages to stand stunning. The garden and lawn around the palace is well maintained and the castle is now used for exhibitions and large cultural programs. As you enter the palace, it is the ballroom of the king and on the first floor is the assembly halls. The walls are intricately decorated and Yellow seems to have been a favorite of the king. There are ornate walls and also a place with a veil where the ladies used to sit while the assembly was in progress. The castle is mainly carved in wood and the paintings of Raja Ravi Verma, a court artist adorns many of the walls here.
Surrounded by well-maintained gardens, Bangalore Palace is a two-storeyed granite structure that is adorned with fortified towers and turreted parapets. A visit to the palace introduces tourists with the lavish lifestyle lived by one of southern India's most influential dynasties, the Wadeyars (1339-1947), who built it in 1887.
Suvarna Papegowda
4. Bangalore palace An epitome of great architecture and beauty, The Majestic Bangalore Palace preserves in it the spice of old regal opulence. A mixture of Tudor and Scottish Gothic architecture have resulted into the grand palace that we see today.The wooden structure of the palace along with the beautiful carvings both inside and outside showcases the royal culture in different ways. As per beliefs, King Chamarajendra Wadiyar drew his inspiration for building the palace from the Windsor Castle of London. The granite seats decorated with fluorescent blue ceramic tiles on the ground floor, a fairy tale Ballroom, the famous painter Raja Ravi Varma's paintings, vine-covered walls, and the Durbar Hall on the first floor come together to form the prepossessing Bangalore Palace.
Aninda De
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satish gokale
After exhastive cricket on a Sunday morning at 10:30AM we decided to visit Bangalore palace,it's most beautiful ancient building gifted by vadeyar family to bagaloreans. It's 14.3km from Nagdevanhalli.Entrance fee 240 for adults and it's free for kids (below 10 year's)
Mayuri Banaji