Laxmi Vilas Palace
Laxmi Vilas Palace

Laxmi Vilas Palace

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Located at: Vadodara
Gujarat, India

Lakshmi Vilas Palace Vadodara is acknowledged for its impressive interiors which encompass multi-coloured marble, tiles, furnishing, opulent designs and various works of art. The arched entrances of the palm courtyard and fountains are remarkable. One may come across the Durbar Hall, which presents ornate Italian mosaic floor.

It is accredited to have been the largest private residence built in the nineteenth century. It was the official residence of the Maharajas of the province. It remains to be the residence of the Royal Family of Vadodara.

Ticket / Cost / Expenses:₹25
Time people usually spend here:2 hours
Latitude/Longitude:
22.2938469°N, 73.1941124°E

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Make your visit while its open, Opening and Closing timings-

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Thursday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Friday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Saturday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Sunday: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Read what travellers has say..

Overall Rating:4.5

reviews
  '5' out of 5
"Kaise jaye waha pr i dont know... But this is most beutiful place..."
  '5' out of 5
"a small part of Gayakwads of Vadodara very luxury place you can feel the life of indian Royals here must visit once if visited Vadodara "
  '4' out of 5
"Palace ke aandar jane ko milta hey??"
  '5' out of 5
"After seeing laxmi vilas palace I can say that it is a part of versatile vadodara it is wonderful it is gorgeous and sample of best artwork it has its own historical importance it is designed in indo sarcenic style of architecture, the palace built by maharaja sayajirao gaekwad 3 in 1890 is the residence of the royal family of baroda. it's ornate durbar hall has an italian mosaic floor and was with mosaic decorations. The palace houses a remarkable collection of old armoury n sculptures in bronze, marble and terracotta. within the palace compound is a step well called the navlakhi VaV, dating back to 1405 AD.it is said that the cost of navalakhi vav was 9 lakh rupees in 1405AD..A part of the palace can be seen with special permission"
  '5' out of 5
"User friendly staff. Palace is still one of best palaces in India. Great collection of vintage arts and weapons. Pure royal experience."

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Laxmi Vilas Palace

Lakshmi Vilas Palace Vadodara is acknowledged for its impressive interiors which encompass multi-coloured marble, tiles, furnishing, opulent designs and various works of art. The arched entrances of the palm courtyard and fountains are remarkable. One may come across the Durbar Hall, which presents ornate Italian mosaic floor. It is accredited to have been the largest private residence built in the nineteenth century. It was the official residence of the Maharajas of the province. It remains to be the residence of the Royal Family of Vadodara.
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Time people usually spend here:2 hours
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