This fort is situated on the bank of Ganges but a little far from main ghats, there is a small museum in the fort.
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This fort is located far away from the other temples and ghats of Varanasi. If you have time, you may visit this fort. It took me about half an hour to complete the tour of the fort and its museum. The attraction, i believe, is...More
The admission fee for foreigners is only $2 and change but it's much better spent on a meal for yourself or about 10 for one of the many desperately poor in this city. This place can hardly be called a museum. The exhibits are filthy...More
The Ramnagar fort, located on the eastern bank of river Ganges,is a sandstone structure made in Mughal architecture. Though quite impressive from outside, the museum inside is in a state of disrepair and neglect and it was a disappointment visiting it. An entry ticket has...More
This is an old nice fort situated a bit far from Varanasi Cantonment area. After paying Rs.20/- each as entry fee, we entered the main building (museum). The authority have maintained a specific gesture to help the visitor not to be at a loss, while...More
Some years back this was a great museum to visit,but now it lies almost in an abandoned state with dusty vintage cars,swords,guns and artefacts.
the guide insisted us to visit this place. so had been with our family. feel entry charge / ticket as high for the cleanliness and and other maintenance. Saw lot of vintage cars, pistols, rifles, sword and few more. Ganga view was good from side...More
The fort is actually a residence for the erstwhile royal family of Varanasi. A rickshaw ride across the river bridge will get you to the other side where the fort is located. It offers great views of the Ganges and the Benaras ghats on the...More