Famous Rajasthan Museums
The vibrant state of Rajasthan is one of the most popular and frequently visited destinations of India.
Thousands of tourists and foreigners come to Rajasthan each year to experience its rich cultural heritage, awe-inspiring architecture, interesting food items, and colorful past.
Though there is plenty to do while in Rajasthan, the best way to soak up its beauty, history
It is best to plan your visit in advance by confirming the days/dates on which the Museums are closed.
Top 10 Museums in Cities of Rajasthan
Let’s take a look at some well known Museums in Rajasthan –
Archaeological Museum, Amer, near Jaipur
The Archaeological Museum in Amer is a fascinating place to visit if you have a love for ancient artifacts. On display here are several excavated items which have been carefully preserved.
This includes terracotta items dating back to some of the earliest historical periods. In addition, there is the famous “Yupa Pillars” which have inscriptions from Barnala, etc.
Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh Museum, Jaipur
The Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh Museum is located in the heart of Jaipur. The first glimpse of this museum is sufficient to catch the attention of visitors, thanks to its beautiful architecture and royal appearance.
The main sections in this museum include the Art Gallery, Arms Gallery and the Textile Gallery.
Mehrangarh Fort Museum, Jodhpur
The Mehrangarh Fort Museum is located at the Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. This well known Museum is popular with tourists.
It offers several additional facilities for visitors such as a trained guide, an elevator, a restaurant as well as a Museum Shop where you can pick up souvenirs.
The main galleries at the museum include the Elephant Howdahs, Palanquins, The Treasures, The Armoury, Paintings, Cradles, Turbans and Folk Musical Instruments. Here there are 4 period rooms as well.
Mehrangarh Fort Museum,
Mehrangarh Fort, P.B # 165, The Fort,
Jodhpur 342006, Rajasthan
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City Palace Museum, Udaipur
The City Palace Museum in Udaipur is large and majestic, an ideal place to visit if you want to experience the
Some of the most well-known sections here include the Manak (Ruby) Mahal which displays beautiful porcelain and treasured glass figures, the Krishna Vilas holds a collection on miniatures, while the Moti Mahal has enchanting mirror work.
City Palace Museum,
Brahmpuri, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India
Closed on Fridays
Government Museum, Bharatpur
Government Museum, Bharatpur houses artifacts and other archaeological remains of areas close to this region.
Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum, Jodhpur
On display here at the Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum, Jodhpur are several rare watches, crystalware and clocks etc.
Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum, Udaipur
The Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum is situated in Udaipur city. It is most well known for its collection of puppets as well as other items on display including dolls, musical instruments and masks, etc.
Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum
Bhartiya Lok Kala Mandal Building, Near Chetak Circle,
Udaipur City, Rajasthan
Maharaja Sawai Man Singh (II) Museum, Jaipur
At the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh Museum, you will find printed books, miniature paintings, palm leaf manuscripts and more.
Maharaja Sawai Man Singh Museum,
City Palace Complex, Jaipur, Rajasthan
Fateh Prakash Palace Museum, Chittorgarh
The Fateh Prakash Palace was established by Maharana Fateh Singh and in the year 1968, a large part of this palace was converted into a Museum.
On display here are several sculptures, weaponry, and crystal objects, etc.
Government Museum, Jaisalmer
The Government Museum in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan displays interesting collections of marine fossils and some sculptures dating back to 12th century.
Police Line Road, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan
In addition to the museums mentioned above, there are several other museums in Rajasthan including the Folklore Museum in Jaisalmer, Government Central Museum in Jaipur, Hawa Mahal Museum in Jaipur, and the Government Museum in Kota, etc.
Note: This listing is meant for informational purposes only. Please confirm the days and dates on which the museums are closed before visiting them. Prior permission may be required to visit some of these museums. The links to these sites may change without prior notice and we are not responsible for any errors in links.