Yasodhara Maheshwari Museum
Centuries-old palace, which used to be a seat of power during the days of the Mughals. Built-in the 18th century, the family that ruled the city then, built the palace to protect Jaipur from the Sikhs, who considered the area a sacred land. The museum is spread over eight acres, has exquisite architectural features, and possesses priceless art pieces that depict local history and culture.
Sajjan Singh Rathore Palace (Best Places to Visit in Jaipur)
Where else will you find a collection of rare weapons and uniforms? A miniature replica of the actual army barracks, which housed the Rathore Kings, stands at the entrance of the palace. A walk around the premises unveils details of many magnificent royal family artifacts, including the golden throne and ornaments.
Whether it’s in the evening, during the monsoon, during Dusshera, or Holi, the city never fails to come alive. And if you are lucky, you will find the royal pink-colored water from the summer, making its way to the lakeside, bringing alive the essence of the Pink City.