Albert Hall Museum: About, History, Activities, Time, and Entry Fee

Albert Hall Museum is the oldest museum in Rajasthan, opposite the new gate outside the city in Ram Niwas Garden. The hall is also known as the Government Central Museum. The museum building, in the year 1887, is one of the famous places for Jaipur sightseeing tours for foreigners.


Initially, the ruler, Maharaja Ram Singh, wanted the premises to be the town hall of the palace, but his successor, Madho Singh II, marked the museum as the art of Jaipur. During the year 1876, the visit of a prince of wales, Albert Edward, started the construction of the Hall but done by the year 1887 and was developed by Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob.

The Victoria and Albert Museum present in London has a similar design to this museum. The Museum consists of 19,000 historical art crafts, such as textiles, pottery, jewelry, carved wooden objects, arms, weapons, ceramics, oil, miniature paintings, inlay work, musical instruments, clocks, and marble statues. Raja Jai Singh bought a famous Persian Golden carpet in the museum.


Tourists can add this place to their Jaipur sightseeing tour. The Museum has 16 galleries, combining the antiques and art crafts belonging to the Royal families or gifted. It takes the visitors back to the ancient period with handmade crafts and sculptures.

· Murals

The murals are different from other canvases depicting human life and its evolution. Some examples are daggers, spears, knives, old coins collection, the status of soldiers, kings, the Quran, different semi-precious stone jewelry, and so on.

· Carpets and textiles

The Museum is delightful to watch the famous Persian Golden Carpet bought by Raja Jai Singh for the museum. It's stunning to see the work of lacework, Gota and Bandish work, Sanganeri print, Kotadorai, and other antique embroidery styles.

· Egyptian Mummy

An Egyptian Mummy in a glass case is in display for many centuries. It’s an attraction for many visitors. For past years, the coffin of an Egyptian mummy has been famous in the museum.

· Pottery

Jaipur is well-known for its blue pottery design, infusing the Rajasthan design with the Arabic style. The Museum consists of admirable pottery designs of vases and cutlery.

· Figurines and Sculptures

The Museum consists of many figures and sculptures made of different items, such as metal, brass, bronze, copper, clay, etc., with subtle patterns and forms.

Timing and Entry Fees

The time is from 9 am to 5 pm, every day of the week except Fridays. Therefore, the cost and timing for the Jaipur Night tour can differ as the entry cost is INR 100, and the timing begins from 7 pm to 10 pm.

The entry fee differs for Indian visitors & students get to pay INR 40 and INR 20 per head. Foreign visitors and students pay INR 300 and INR 150 per person. The cost of the audio guide is INR 110 and INR 170 approx., for Indians and Foreigners.

How to reach

Tourists can book from Jaipur taxi services for easy and efficient traveling. Though, the prices might differ according to the choice of vehicle. The alternative option can be local transport like rickshaws, autos, etc.

But the best option for the tourist can join the Jaipur sightseeing taxi tour for convenient traveling, without many guides and crowd disturbance, as the Tourists both time and money in traveling.

Albert hall Museum sets an ideal model of architecture for that ancient for this generation. In Jaipur 3 days tour package, the visitors can include the museum as it presents the right amount of insight into the history to the youth. It consists of a mix of products gifted from other parts of the world or the art crafts belonging to Royal families.

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