Bangalore Palace

An intriguing architecture built in the Tudor style way back in 1887 by the Wadiyar dynasty is the Bangalore Palace attracting tourists round the year. When your vacation is on, include Bangalore palace as one of the “Must to Visit” places in your list.

Bangalore palace, found to smack in the middle of the garden city gives you an awesome experience with its exteriors fully covered with lush green plants, reminding you of the several popular castles and palatial buildings in the Western countries. A guided tour for about forty minutes to one hour can let you know the history of this palace and you can go around to experience the grandeur and style of the interiors.

The coat of arms awarded to the Maharaja of Mysore by the British is seen in almost all the rooms. The Symbols of Wadiyars relating to power and royalty are exhibited in all the strategic locations in the palace. The wooden staircases add an ethnic beauty to the already grand palace. The lamps with the decorative works and the three legged stools bearing the flower vases are worth mentioning here for their elegant style.

The huge ballroom which has witnessed hundreds of parties and get togethers is with a stunning beauty decorated with the combo of colours and lighting arrangements. Definitely, this ball room is the best of the Bangalore palace.

The halls where the Kings meet his courtiers are with the finest set of furnitures. Though the visitos are not allowed inside the Durbar Hall, its royal beauty can be enjoyed through the window walls. The wildlife spoils placed in major locations of the palace and the relevant history is well chronicled with the guides and the pictures hanging on the walls.

The courtyards of the Maharajas and Maharanis are the yet another inspiring sections of the Bangalore Palace. The huge halls with fitting decorations with the finest furnishing has transformed the entire section into a regally designed one.

The aesthetically designed rooms with elegant interiors, the Jocky’s weighing chair, chandeliers in the corridors all add reasons to your visit to the Bangalore Palace.

Keep Bangalore Palace one of the “Never To Be Missed” locations in Bangalore during your visit to Karnataka.

Lal Bagh, Vidhan Soudha, MG Road shopping areas are some of the interesting locations in Bangalore deserving a visit.

How To Reach Bangalore Palace:
Air:
Bangalore International Airport is at a distance of 31km from the Bangalore Palace and one can hire a prepaid taxi to reach the destination.

Train:

Bangalore Palace is very close to the railway station and a public transport or a prepaid taxi can help you cross the five kilometres very easily

Road:

Bangalore has got a well maintained network of roads connecting all the major cities of Karnataka and also the neighbouring states.

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