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Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum

Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum Umaid Bhawan Palace Road | Circuit House Road, Jodhpur 342006, India
291/510101
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  • Excellent35%
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  • Average23%
  • Poor9%
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“vintage cars” (253 reviews)
“royal family” (219 reviews)
“taj hotel” (55 reviews)
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Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum Umaid Bhawan Palace Road | Circuit House Road, Jodhpur 342006, India
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This is one of the worlds biggest private residences belonging to the Jodhpur Rajkot family. The facade of this palace is beautiful and the vintage collection of cars, crockery, clocks and swords is just superb! A part of this palace is managed by the Taj...More

Thank BlancheLT
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Must visit place..Worth watching..Vintage car collection is superb.... One of the best tourist spot in jodhpur

Thank Harshit T
Reviewed 1 week ago

Though the palace is only 80 years old, you will find a lot of interesting things to see and read about. It is fun to imagine the lives of royals.

Thank vidhugoyal
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Umaid bhavan is a must visit if you are going to jodhpur. nothing beats the views from it's entry, you can see the city laid out on the horizon.

Thank RaoBa
Reviewed 1 week ago

I was surprised by the palace, museum and the whole story behind it. It is not the city centre, but is a quick reach.

Thank Stalin S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

They charge an exorbitant rate just to visit the hotel and do not respond to lunch or dinner reservations from nonguests.

Thank dvandjay
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is the home of the current maharaja of jodhpur. A part of it has been made into a museum which has photographs of the royal family and some of the palace collections. There is a small vintage car exhibition as well. After the mehrangarh...More

Thank Sangeeta P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The palace is majestic and beautifully set. Only limitation is that a very small portion is open to the public as a museum,but even that is very interesting and worth a visit.

Thank adwaitlimaye4
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This palace was really big. From what I understand, you can only visit parts of it. They're converting/have converted it into a hotel. There isn't a whole lot inside so it shouldn't take more than an hour to see everything.

Thank chungy1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Must visit in jodhpur. Takes you through to the old age stuff used by the maharaja. In the city. Children and disabled friendly. Accessible by the local transport has a parking facility.

Thank Jitendragirdhar
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Jayesh S
16 May 2017|
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Response from salilagrawal | Reviewed this property |
No - during the day
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Mridul C
13 June 2016|
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Response from salilagrawal | Reviewed this property |
Meherangarh Fort
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Travellersoul123
3 March 2016|
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Response from BshriP | Reviewed this property |
Yes! Its possible for them to visit . They don't have much stairs except at the main entry of the museum. They can take a 4 wheeler till the ticket are and walk up to the museum. There are around 6-8 stairs ( not steep... More
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