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Bangalore Palace

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Palace Road, Bengaluru, India
+91 99450 74806
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The Bangalore Palace was the private residence of the royal Wodeyar family. Built to resemble Windsor Castle, this quirky palace is filled with an interesting and eclectic collection of art and paraphernalia from a bygone era. The palace grounds are a popular venue for rock concerts and other music events.
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“royal family” (42 reviews)
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Palace Road, Bengaluru, India
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+91 99450 74806
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Reviewed yesterday

the palace was nice but the tickets were way to costly and the building was poorly maintained. still a nice place to visit

Thank Souvik B
Reviewed yesterday

If you want to waste your hard earned money then pls visit. After spending 10 years in Bangalore, i visited Bangalore Palace for the first time. And it was not worth to invest time and money for this place. I never had regret that i...More

Thank srikanth A
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

As has been mentioned by lot of reviewers, the entry tickets are extremely expensive if you plan to do photography. It will cost around Rupees1000 and there is not much to explore.

Thank Shailendrasood
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The palace itself was very easily accessed. It is situated at the heart of Bangalore city. You won't miss it. It is highly recommended to rent this audio guide. Henceforth you can feel as if they're taking you to a time travel back in the...More

Thank Widya5
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Maharaja woodyar family come and live here on holidays The richness of the life and hospitality has been listened to from e guided tour Chandramukhi film was shot here Women were respected during the days and lots of park in front also enthrals

Thank IRSRAMKI
Reviewed 1 week ago

History of Bengaluru and its ancient rulers, their palaces, its heritage everything is interesting to know. We get a radio device to listen at every point of the palace, which tells its significance and its history in detail. Entry fee was a little expensive, but...More

Thank fastmusicroom
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Bangalore Palace tour was just okay. As other folks have commented already, let me just reinforce. The exterior is cool and eye pleasing with neat turrets and a style that makes a traveler like me "just have to see". The interior starts off with...More

Thank Chris E
Reviewed 1 week ago

In my experience of visiting Indian cultural sites, this one was really underwhelming. The history of the palace is interesting, but limited access and the small scale of the surviving palace (or the part available to visitors) did little to enliven that history. Certainly a...More

Thank David M
Reviewed 1 week ago

Its one of the famous places in Bengaluru for tourists. Nice and beautiful palace, big gardens and ample of space for clicking pics

Thank samM260RZ
Reviewed 1 week ago

A bit costly entry fee. but one time is good to see the palace and park etc. Better to visit during afternoons and stay till evening to see the evening view of the palace as well.

Thank Pratheek P
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divya s
9 February 2017|
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Response from JDV-Nov13 | Reviewed this property |
its Rs.250 for Indians. its more beautiful from out side then inside, you can take a look inside in one hour max, if you are photolover you will take one hour outside... you can visit 24X7 throughout the year but if you are... More
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AKASHchowdhury
16 January 2017|
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Response from TejasLangalia | Reviewed this property |
Yes u can cover u need to start by 8am
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Response from Ashok G | Reviewed this property |
Bannerghata National Park, Tipu's Palace & Fort, Planetarium, Bangalore Palace, Bull Temple, M.G. Road & Brigade Road, Cubbons Park, Lal Bag are something one must see.
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