Darbar Hall Museum
Darbar Hall Museum is a major attraction in Junagadh. The place originally belonged to the Nawab of Junagadh. Historical artifacts of that time can be seen in this hall that is segmented into sections like palanquins, arms gallery, picture gallery, textile gallery and the Kacheri. It has a unique collection of weapons, arms, war items, gold and silver items, jewellery, paintings on big as well as small canvases, palanquins, and howdahs adorn the Durbar Hall Museum.
Rich ornamental carpets, designed silver thrones and beautiful chandeliers. The oil painting of the Nawab with his dogs is one of the main attractions of this museum. Another attraction of the Durbar Hall Museum is a carpet, which was woven by the prisoners of the Junagadh jail. It provides visitors ample opportunities to go through the antics, historical manuscripts, and archaeological remains all under one roof. This place gives the insight of the Nawabi lifestyle and culture and depicts the grandeur and glory of the past ages of Nawabs and Sultans.