Vadodara Museum and Picture Gallery treasures a diverse collection that is known to be gathered by Maharaja Sayajirao III during his time. The museum houses a variety of statues and carvings from various Asian regions, some zoological exhibits and an Egyptian room. The gallery contains exemplary miniatures of Mughal which are adored by visitors.
The Museum and the Picture Gallery are constructed in the Indo-Saracenic style of architecture and are placed as two different bodies. The gallery is comparatively smaller in size and the design depicts the European brick style. It also contains Indian columns with open roof. The picture gallery houses some masterpieces which are appreciated by the visitors and are responsible for attracting the art lovers. Truly, this place is a reflection of the rich artwork of Vadodara and should never be missed.