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Albert Hall Museum

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Address: Agrasen Hospital Marg | Adarsh Nagar, Jaipur 302004, India
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Beautiful lighting at night...

It was great to watch it during night time after sunset. Excellent use of different colours of LED lights with an outstanding view.

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It was great to watch it during night time after sunset. Excellent use of different colours of LED lights with an outstanding view.

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It is the oldest museum of the state. The museum has a rich collection of artifacts including paintings, carpets, ivory, stone, metal sculptures, and works in crystal.

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Bhavnagar, India
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The museum has a huge collection of artifacts. One of the places that you must have a glimpse at night.

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

Albert hall museum is the oldest museum in Rajasthan and is exquisitely built. The architecture is very impressive and is built on the lines of Indo-Saracenic architecture. It encompasses a rich collection of artifacts, paintings, sculptures from the pre and post British era. Gives a good insight into history of the kings of Mewar and Marwad.

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Albert hall is at the centre ,zoo is nearby and you can see lot of stall to eat nearby and most important is Lots of doves, pigeons you can see at this place. Inside Albert hall for me most surprising thing was Mummy from Egypt which was kept in proper condition, you can also see cutleries of king queens, the... More 

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This is the best museum I've visited. An amazing building on it's own, with a great range of exhibits inside. And the best thing is they allow photo's inside. Well worth a visit. By a composite ticket for 1000 rupees which gives you access to other sites in Jaipur as well.

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I love architecture and this building is a superb construction but take my advice ... take pictures outside and don't bother going in unless there is something you particularly want to see. No outstanding exhibits for me

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History is very important. I have a great feeling on this. Without roots no tree can grow. To learn the roots and to take it to next generations get your kids here. Its a mix of marvelous architecture and a fine display of Arts and arms used by the great soldiers of Rajasthan.

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

The building of this museum is outstanding. The place around is very good. The historic items there are brilliant but not as good at chatrapati shivaji museum in Mumbai. Overall a good place to visit for kids and history lovers.

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The beautiful Albert hall is situated on JLN Marg in the heart of the city ... Which looks beautiful n gives a thumbs up to the beauty of the city....It is historical place.. where all the old scriptures weapons are kept ...It's a museum... N really you will enjoy der... U can enjoy horse riding..

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