Pinkcity Jaipur Rajasthan


Forts & Monuments
Lalgarh Palace
Jain Haveli Bhandeswari
Ganga Singh Museum
Sadul Museum
Prachina Museum
Rajasthan State Archives
Shiv Bari Temple
Devi Kund
Deshnok Temple
Near Bikaner
Camel Research Farm
Gajner palace
Katariasar Village
Wild Life
Gajner Wildlife Sanctuary



MUSEUMS - Ganga Singh Museum

Ganga Singh MuseumPopularly described as the best museum in the state, it displays a rich array of archaeological discoveries from prehistoric Harrapan and early Gupta period. Separate sections put on view paintings, arts and craft, terracotta, pottery, carpets, coins and ancient Rajput weaponry.

Timings 10.30 AM 4.30 PM
Entry Fee Rs 3
Closed Fridays and govt. holidays

Sadul Museum

Shri Sadul MuseumPart of the palace has been converted into a luxury hotel and a museum known as Shri Sadul Museum. The museum covers the entire first floor of the palace and houses well preserved old photographs and trophies of wildlife.

Timings 10 Am to 5 PM Monday to Saturday
Entry Fee Indian Rs 10 per head
Entry Fee Foreigners Rs 20 per head
Prachina Museum

Prachina Museum-BikanerIt's a museum located in the great Junagarh Fort. The museum is dedicated to royal costumes, textiles and accessories. 'Poshaks' or the ladies ensemble displayed are perhaps the last remnants of the traditional designing styles and workmanship. The museum also reveals a study of changing cultural settings in its display of family portraits of the former rulers. Changes embarked by the western influences appear strikingly. The vivid glimpses of legacy that survived in the contemporary Bikaner are also visible.

Timings 9 AM to 6 PM daily
Entry Fee Indian Rs. 10 for adults
Rs 5 for child / student
Entry Fee Foreigners Rs 25
Fee for camera Rs 20
Fee for video camera Rs 75
Rajasthan State Archives

Rajasthan State ArchivesThis Directorate is located in Bikaner. The archives have in their custody some very precious administrative record of Mughal period like Persian Farmans, Nishans, Manshurs, Akbarat, Vakil Report, Arzdasht, Khatoot and the record created during administration of the Princely states of Rajasthan such as Bahiat, Pattas, Parwanas, Rukkas, Chithiat etc.
Because of this exceptional collection of records the department is of immense value to researchers all over the world. Facilities like microfilming, reference library and research rooms are also available to researchers. An exhibition of important documents is also set-up specially for tourist interest.

Timings 10.30 AM 4.30 PM
Closed Sundays & Govt Holidays