Vishram Bagh Waada Palace

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Vishram Bagh Waada Palace
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PuneTravelbud
Pune844 contributions
Nice architecture
Nov 2019
This is nice Peshwa era palace built in 18th century. Its architecture and sculptures are fantastic. Small but beautiful mahal / darbar and museum is located here. Renovation is ongoing.
Written 24 January 2020
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Tanvi
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Amazing place shows rich Marathi culture .
Aug 2019 • Family
The place is amazing . A good wooden work my kids were happy as they were seeing what they were learning in history . Peshwas history can be seen here . Amazing place .
Written 15 September 2019
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baburammarch25
Mumbai, India217 contributions
Maratha history in a nutshell!
Dec 2018 • Friends
I was awed by the sheer magnificence of this old building. It is like walking back in town. If you visiting Pune, you should come to this place. I wish, it's upkeep could be better. It's like history is slipping away from our very hands. Had only read about the rule of the mighty peshwas; looking at it confirms it.
Written 31 December 2018
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bipsav
Pune, India291 contributions
Rich Heritage of Punyanagri
Mar 2018 • Couples
An enchanting and informative heritage site located in the heart of Pune city in Sadashiv Peth, displaying the leagacy of the Peshwas (Prime ministers) of the all powerful Maratha dynasty. The wada or mansion reflects the rich architectural prowess prevailing during the golden period and cultural ethos from which the city of Pune derives its fame. One can visit for free and see the ancient maps and text/ document exhibition on display in the first floor which explains in brief the entire rich origins and history of Pune city and the Peshwas. Some relics like the "Gadi" or bed, lamps, desks etc. are also on display. Visitors can also enjoy the special and traditional 'Kairi' (raw mango) bhel and 'Panah', in the cafeteria on the ground floor before proceeding across to Tulsibaug or nearby Laxmi road for a traditional shopping spree. Overall a must visit for every visitor to Pune.
Written 24 March 2018
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Shalini S
4 contributions
beautiful woodwork
Dec 2017 • Family
Located amidst crowded lanes in the old city, this is a hidden jewel. With its intricate woodwork, it is worth a visit....
However the staircases are narrow and not wheelchair friendly.
Written 23 December 2017
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UtkarshMaheshwari
Pune, India516 contributions
A heritage to be Heritaged
Oct 2017 • Friends
A heritage site kept well in the heart of the Pune City. Even there is so much kuch outside the wada but is quiet silent inside. Feel good for a old monument lover
Written 31 October 2017
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HetSam
Muscat, Oman7 contributions
no guides, dusty , could have been better
Jun 2017
I wish there were official guides to take around and share the rich Maratha history. instead this are forsaken places that nobody visits because not well maintained
Written 29 July 2017
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Manish K
Dubai, United Arab Emirates3,968 contributions
Only remnants remain
Apr 2017 • Solo
Vishrambaug Wada is one of the old wadas of the city, containing two courtyards. This place was on the verge of collapse, but is now being restored by the Pune Municipal Corporation (more work is needed). This place has models of some of Pune's heritage structures and a permanent exhibition tracing the evolution of the city of Pune. One can visit for around 30 minutes.
Written 2 April 2017
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Compulsive Traveler
Bangkok, Thailand164 contributions
Past Peshwa grandeur
Aug 2016 • Solo
Visited Vishrambag Wada today for the first time. Built in the times when the Maratha rule was well past its zenith, it lacks the traditional opulence of a palace. It has been rather poorly maintained upto now considering its historical importance, but some restoration is now in progress.
A new nice exhibition tracing the evolution of Pune city, titled Punawadi to Pune is coming up in the premises. It captures many tidbits of information that are sure to charm the history buff.
Written 9 August 2016
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GauravMashruwala
Mumbai, India118 contributions
Good Place - Concern authorities can do wonders if they work at it.
Nov 2014 • Family
This is brilliant place.The architecture is superb. Very shabbily maintained. They have information on history of Pune. However lots can be done to attract tourist.

There is also a shop which keeps local handicrafts. This has wide varieties and wroth a visit.
Written 6 November 2014
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