Tickets & Timings

We are open every day, from 09:30 hrs to 17:30 hrs IST, with the last ticket sale at 17:00 hrs IST. We are closed only on Dulhandi (second day of Holi). The prices below are w. e. f 1st September 2016.

INDIAN NATIONAL/ RESIDENT (all prices in Indian Rupees) *SPECIAL TICKET
MUSEUM COMPOSITE MUSEUM @ NIGHT ROYAL GRANDEUR
Included All Palace Courts & Galleries
Still and small video camera without tripod
All Palace Courts & Galleries
Jaigarh
Royal Cenotaphs
Still and small video camera without tripod
Sculpture Lumiere All Palace Courts Selected Galleries
Still and small video camera without tripod, audio guide, discount at Baradari Restaurant
EXCLUSIVE access to private rooms in the Chandra Mahal with a personal guide
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Adult 130 190 450 2500
Child (5-12 years)/ Student with valid ID; Children below 5 free 70 100 220 1500
Adult Discount (Senior citizen/ Defence) 110 150 380 2150
FOREIGN NATIONAL/ RESIDENT (all prices in Indian Rupees) *SPECIAL TICKET
COMPOSITE MUSEUM @ NIGHT ROYAL GRANDEUR
Included All Palace Courts & Galleries
Jaigarh Royal Cenotaphs
Still and small video camera without tripod
Sculpture Lumiere
All Palace Courts
Selected Galleries
Still and small video camera without tripod, Audio guide, discount at Baradari Restaurant
EXCLUSIVE access to private rooms in the Chandra Mahal with a personal guide
Still and small video camera without tripod
Adult 500 900 2500
Child (5-12 years)/ Student with valid ID; Children below 5 free 300 450 1500
Adult Discount (Disabled) 430 780 2150

Important Notes:

For visually impaired and wheelchair users, discounted rates apply as above. Plus free admission for one carer and 1 free audio guide per ticket.

Tickets may be upgraded for a higher value ticket and the price will be adjusted, as long as you do it on the same day or the next

*Upgrades do not apply to the Royal Grandeur Special Ticket

Shop

Pick up a unique handcrafted product inspired by the Museum collections to remember your visit, at the Museum Shop, called the Palace Atelier. Our products are designed in the palace studio and created by master craftspersons, and draw from the varied and rich craft skills of Rajasthan. Your purchases also help us support non-profit initiatives such as the Princess Diya Kumari Foundation, that provide livelihood opportunities to rural communities, with a special focus on women. The Shop also stocks our publications, postcards and small souvenirs.

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Eat

The Baradari Restaurant serves sumptuous Indian and international cuisine, in refined and luxurious surroundings. Recently renovated by Studio Lotus, one of India’s leading design practices, it wraps around the courtyard of what was once the historic service court of the City Palace. With cooling water cascades and an elegant bar that plays with the traditional form of the baradari (a columned, open pavilion), it is the perfect place to conclude your visit to the Museum.

If you would prefer to grab a meal on-the-go, we also have a Snack Bar at Amba Pol that serves sandwiches, snacks, pastries and beverages.

Accessibility

We aim to facilitate the maximum physical and intellectual access to our buildings and collections, and use the ‘Jaipur Declaration’ of 2016 for guidance. Our efforts are a work in progress, and we welcome your feedback. Please write to outreach@royaljaipur.in. You can download a copy of the Declaration here.

Visitor Information:

  1. The museum entry points allow visitors to be dropped off directly at the main gate, from where visitors with limited mobility may request a golf cart ride or a wheelchair.
  2. The golf cart takes you to the three important courtyards housing most of the important galleries.
  3. The surfaces leading to the major attractions in the City Palace are ramped and surfaced for wheelchair movement.
  4. We have a comprehensive guide book for the visually impaired, and are perhaps the first private trust in India to do so. This book is in open Braille script, large script font and has tactile images. We also offer a copy of the bound Braille script at cost, which can be purchased at the Museum Shop as well as the ticket counters.
  5. As gesture of courtesy, the Museum offers a free audio guide to visually impaired visitors.
  6. The Sculpture Lumiere show that is part of the Museum at Night experience allows visitors with a hearing impairment to experience the glorious history and magnificence of Jaipur, this complex and its rulers through visuals, sound, and text.
  7. A wheelchair-accessible toilet is will shortly be available in the Mubarak Mahal courtyard.
  8. Some galleries have a few displays which all visitors can touch. This is a new initiative for us, and we hope to expand this to include all our galleries over the next few years.
  9. Museum orientation brochures carry a plan of the City Palace complex. This plan is also designed to cater to the needs of visitors with a partial visual impairment.
  10. The orientation and information signage around the complex is bi-lingual and includes Braille and tactile panels.
  11. The website aims for international standards of accessibility.
  12. The Royal Grandeur tour is partially wheelchair-accessible. Please ask at the ticket counter when booking tickets, or let us know before you arrive.
  13. We run a series of free gallery talks by various experts, specialists and volunteers to interpret the collections in new ways. Please join our mailing list or follow us on Facebook to find out when the next talk is.
  14. We have specially designed packs to engage younger visitors with an interactive learning experience. These can be bought at the ticket counter for use before a visit, or at the Museum Shop, and are free for the children of our staff in order to encourage outreach within the organization.

Facilities

Udai Pol:

  • Ticket counter
  • Reception for Audio Guides
  • Paid parking at Jaleb Chowk
  • Golf cart
  • Entry to Baradari Restaurant
  • Drinking water (after Museum entry)
  • Washrooms (after Museum entry)
  • Cloakroom (in progress)
  • First aid (after Museum entry)

Virendra Pol:

  • Ticket counter
  • Reception for Audio Guides
  • Drinking water (adjacent to the Ticket counter)
  • There is NO parking available at this gate, but it is easier to visit us from the Jantar Mantar from this entry
  • Golf cart
  • Cloakroom (in progress)
  • Washroom (after Museum entry, including wheelchair-accessible washroom)
  • First aid (after Museum entry)

Audio Guide

We currently offer audio guide services in four languages: English, Hindi, French and German. The service is available for purchase at the ticket counters, right next to the ticket windows. Please ask any of our staff at the counters for assistance.

Audio guides are currently priced at Rs. 100/- per guide. We are in the process of upgrading our guides, so please check back here for an update.

We offer one free audio guide per ticket for wheelchair users and the visually impaired.

Personal Guides

Personal guides are also available in various languages. All guides within the City Palace premises are issued licenses by the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum Trust. Please visit our Facebook page or email us on outreach@royaljaipur.in and let us know how your guided experience was. Your comments and support help us maintain and improve the standards of our guide service.

Rates:

S. No. No. of visitors Rate- INR
1 1-4 Rs. 300
2 5-10 Rs. 400
3 10-15 Rs. 500

Languages offered:

• English
• French
• German
• Spanish
• Italian
• Russian
• Hindi

Notes:
1. Above 15 persons, the group may be divided into smaller groups not exceeding 15 persons.
2. Persons without the tourist guiding license issued by the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum Trust are not permitted to guide within the premises.