Mysore Palace

Sayyaji Rao Road
Mysuru, KA - 570001

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The Mysore Palace is located in Mysuru in Karnataka. The Mysore Palace is the residence of the Wodeyar kings of Mysore. There are two Durbar halls inside the palace, which are the meeting halls. There are also numerous courtyards, buildings, and gardens. The Palace faces the Chamunda Hills. Mysore is also known as 'The City of Palaces'.

The Mysore Palace is one of the major tourist attractions of India, after the Taj Mahal of Agra. The Palace was built by Krishnarajendra Wadiyar IV. The architecture is Indo-Saracenic and is also a blend of Rajput, Gothic, and Hindu style. The Palace consists of three stories. A large garden surrounds the Palace. There are three entry gates to the Palace: the South Entrance, the West Entrance, and the Front Gate. The West Entrance is opened during the festival of Dusshera. The public enters from the South Entrance. There are many secret tunnels, which run from the palace to Srirangapatna! A sculpture of Gajalakshmi is situated above the central arch. The Goddess Gajalakshmi is considered to be the Goddess of good luck, prosperity, and wealth. There are three temples inside the Mysore Palace.

Footwear is not allowed inside the palace. 

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Opening Hours 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Entry Fees Indian Nationals: Rs. 40.00
Foreign Nationals: Rs. 200.00

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