Jaivilas Palace Gwalior Timings, Entry fees, Route and Images
This palace was built in 1874 by the King Jayaji Rao Scindia and the palace stretches over an area of 28.48 acres. The palace is 100 ft Long, 50 ft wide and 41 feet in height. This is a three-storeyed building, the First floor reflects Tuscan architecture, Italian-Doric on the second floor and Corinthian on the third floor. It cost Rs.1 Crore for the construction and was designed and built by the European Architect Sir Michael Filose.
Jaivilas Palace Gwalior Timings
|Apr-Sep||10:00 am -4:45 pm||Sun-Sat|
|Oct-Mar||10:00 am -4:30 pm||Sun-Sat|
Best Time to visit: Oct-May 1st week.
Closing Dates (Holidays)
|1||26 Jan||Republic Day|
|2||15 Aug||Independence Day|
|3||Falls on Feb/Mar||Maha Sivaratri|
|4||Holi Purnima||Holi 2 day|
|5||Raksha Bandhan||Rakhi day|
|6||Krishna Janmashtami||Lord Krishna Janmashtami|
|7||Ganesh Chaturthi||1 day|
|Entry for||Ticket Cost|
|Indian (Above 5 years)||Rs.120|
|Foreign (Above 5 years)||Rs.800|
|Children under 5 years||Free|
|Physically Challenged person||Free|
Entry for the visitors will be closed by 3:45 pm when there is a high profile visit. Entry ticket can be purchased on arrival at the counter for the same day. No advance booking available for the palace entry tickets.
How to reach Jaivilas Palace Gwalior?
- The nearest airport is at Gwalior which is 8 Km away.
- The direct flights are available from major cities to Gwalior.
- The nearest railway station is at Gwalior which is 3 Km away.
- Gwalior station is well connected with major cities.
- Taxi/ Auto can be hired on reaching Gwalior.
Jaivilas Palace Gwalior Images