Lalbaag Palace
Lalbaag Palace
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Nai Duniya, Revenue Colony, Indore 452007 India
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Indrani M
New Delhi, India72 contributions
While entering the palace grounds one is unaware of how poor the condition of the interiors can be. What comes as a rude shock is the condition of the palace, which is just short of ruins. Even more surprising is the fact that the esteemed dining room of the Royals is adorned with chairs with fabric covers torn off and even the padding material worn out and hanging outside the seat, in tufts of cotton. The bedrooms of the King and Queen are an equally miserable site to witness. The Palace is apparently run by a Trust but seeing its condition, it is hard not to dis-trust the intent of the Trust in being so callous and negligent and put such objects of abject ill treatment to public display. Its a shame to see national heritage and treasures being so mercilessly destroyed and showcase the ruin.
Written 14 September 2022
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Aum C
Mumbai, India428 contributions
One of the many places in Indore, Lalbagh was a major disappointment. There is repair work going on so many parts are closed. Whatever is open is not really worth to see.
Written 31 December 2021
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AmulAwasthy
Pune, India3,429 contributions
This is a huge Property situated right across a River in Indore. Huge Campus & Ample Parking place. There is a nominal ticket
for Entry and No Mobiles or Camera are allowed to be taken inside.

Palace is Huge and you can see big assembly hall , Bed Room Dining Room and Leisure area. Animal hunted down in in that ERA is a exciting site for Kids. There is a planetarium inside which is currently closed and Working staff doesn't know the date when it should be open.

Champa Bavdi near by and a very old Shiv temple in campus are added attractions.

Overall a good place to visit and looking forward to visit again post renovation.
Written 24 October 2021
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AnshumanMaini
New Delhi, India59 contributions
Family
The museum is great and you get to see and learn a lot though of the lifestyle of earstwhile royal family of Indore, the Holkar's.

The exhibits are great but are falling apart in time. Need lot of care and some repair before they become the mere pieces of junk. Very small museum but unique displays and exhibits/rooms etc. In covid planetarium not functional.

They charge rs 10 which I feel was way too less for year 2021 and if they will charge almost rs 45-50 would still be reasonable and they will also get money to support repair and renovation work. MP tourism may step in before we have lost this gem to neglect and misery.

MUST GO.
Written 11 April 2021
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Aanshul T
Jaipur, India1 contribution
Family
Staff beavious was very helping. Wonderful place with amazing rooms. Staff is good. And ambience is all worth of going. I went with my family in a wedding function.
Written 17 March 2021
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nilesh_nagar
Indore, India406 contributions
Family
This was residence of holkar’s in Indore. Big, well maintained and now a days it’s sort of museum. Memories of holkar family are here. If u r in Indore then u must visit it to know more about the history and culture of the city.
Written 22 March 2020
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Sktangriin
Ludhiana, India27 contributions
Couples
The Lal bagh palace is worth a visit. However maintenance issues are there. The palace is good distance away from main road. The palace shows grandeur of erstwhile Maharajahs.
Written 8 March 2020
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RekhaThaker
Mumbai, India212 contributions
A beautiful Palace but not looked after properly. Much can be done and made attractive for Tourists.
Written 4 March 2020
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rathod2017
Bharuch, India888 contributions
Lal Bagh Palace is very nice place in Indore City. Architecture is so amazing. such a beautiful place and well maintained place.
Written 28 February 2020
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sangeeta68
New Delhi, India192 contributions
the palace is isin such disrepair but still worth a visit. at places one can see the grandeur stillthere.I wish some guides were there to explain the whole history. since i read up about the history it was so attractive
Written 19 February 2020
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