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Mysore Maharajah's Palace (Amba Vilas)
This palace which was the seat of the Wodeyar kings was rebuilt in the year 1912 by an English architect named Henry Irwin as the original one was destroyed of fire in 1897. This palace is one of the best examples not only of the Edwardian Raj Era but also of Indian Royal architecture. The beautiful kaliedoscope of stained glass enhanced with the wood carved doors and mosaic floors is exquisite undoubtedly. The museum of weapons is a must visit along with the part of the palace where you see a number of beautifully carved statues and paintings referring to the life of Mysore in that era.The palace is lit up with hundreds of bulbs every evening from 7:00 PM - 7:45 PM and the whole evening on public holidays. This is when you get a more extravagant view of this royal beauty.
Mysore Zoo DZ
Zoological park: This is worth visiting. The entire zoo is spread across 2.8 km and it will take not less than 2.5 hours to explore it completely. The ticket is economical: Weekends- Rs. 60 + Rs. 20 (for camera). You can carry water bottles, shades and caps but no eatables are allowed.
Distance from Bangalore: 145.9 kmOne of South India's most acclaimed traveller destinations, Mysore is known for its sparkling imperial legacy and superb landmarks and structures. Other than the Mysore Palace, you can visit the Chamarajendra Academy of Visual Arts, the Mysore Zoo, Railway Museum and the Regional Museum of Natural History.Weekend Getaways From Bangalore Within 200-400km
Best Time To Visit
Best time to visit Mysore is from September to April