World Famous Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur (Pinkcity) Rajasthan

Indian tourist place that I’m sure would delight you with its amazing collection of ancient stuff. Yep, like the title says, my today’s topic of expression is the ‘Albert Hall Museum‘, one of the best architectural beauties located in the heart of city, Jaipur.

Designed by Samuel Swinton Jacob, it was opened for public back in 1887 and perhaps this the valid reason why it is one of the oldest museums in the state of Rajasthan. Not to forget, this atavistic building was named after King Albert Edward VII who laid its foundation stone in 1876.

You can visit Albert Hall Museum during the weekdays and believe me it is not at all expensive. The best part is that you can visit it for free on the below-given dates and occasions:

  • 30th MarchRajasthan Day
  • 18th AprilWorld Heritage Day
  • 18th MayWorld Museum Day
  • 27th SeptemberWorld Tourism Day


Apart from the above mentioned special occasions, the Albert Hall Museum is opened for the tourists during all the weekdays and you can visit it in between 9 am to 5 pm & 7 pm to 10 pm. However, it remains closed on the following scheduled days:

  • Dhulandi (Holi Festival) – A respective date in the month of March as per Indian calendar 
  • Maintenance Day – April to September (Every Monday)
  • Maintenance Day – October to March (Every last Tuesday of the month) 



Category I – General Entry Ticket Prices:

Visitor/Student Price in India Rupees
Indian Visitor Rs. 40/- each
Indian Student Rs. 20/- each
Overseas Visitor Rs. 300/- each
Overseas Student Rs. 150/- each

Category II – Composite Entry Ticket Prices: 
The composite entry ticket is valid for two days for visiting any or all of the following locations –

  • Albert Hall
  • Amber Fort
  • Hawa Mahal
  • Jantar Mantar (Observatory)
  • Nahargarh Fort
  • Vidyadhar Garden
  • Sisodia Rani Garden
  • Isarlat (Sargasooli)
Visitor/Student Price in India Rupees
Indian Visitor Rs. 300/- each
Indian Student Rs. 40/- each
Overseas Visitor Rs. 1000/- each
Overseas Student Rs. 200/- each

NOTE – Composite entry tickets are available only at the Albert Hall, Amber Fort and Jantar Mantar (Observatory).

Category III – Night Visit Entry between 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm: 

Visitor/Student Price in India Rupees
Indian Visitor Rs. 300/- each
Indian Student Rs. 40/- each
Overseas Visitor Rs. 1000/- each
Overseas Student Rs. 200/- each

For children below 7 years entry is free.

Travelling to Albert Hall Museum from any part of city Jaipur is very easy. Hire any auto-rickshaw, private taxi cab or you can take the route of city buses that reach straightaway to either SMS hospital or M.I. Road, New Gate Area. It is at a walking distance from both SMS hospital and M.I, Road New Gate Area. And yes, one more and most important thing, do visit Jaipur Zoo when you are here Albert Hall Museum as the city Zoo is opposite to this fabulous museum.

I have this beautiful place visited numerous times and yes for you, I have brought a collection of some amazing pics of Albert Hall Museum that will not only give you an idea of its marvelous structure but will also induce you to visit it once.


Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur – While entering the premises, stop here and read the entire information about this place


Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur – When you are about to enter the museum, this is how the approaching road looks


Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur – An Egyptian painting caught my attention


Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur – The entrance looks so amazing that I couldn’t stop clicking it


Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur – Veranda


Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur – Industrial Art Museum, Metal Room


Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur – Ancient vase made of brass
Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur – HINDOLA, Jaipur brass swing for Lord Shiva Panchayatan containing Shivlinga with hooded cobra
Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur – Ancient Katar (Tiger Knives) used during wars
Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur – These will bring goosebumps, weapons at its best


Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur – Ancient Iranian shield, Iranian & Rajputana Swords
Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur – Ancient state of the art rifles, match lock ones

Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur – Ancient 8 A.D. sculpture of Mahinsasur Mardini from Dausa, Rajasthan, great piece of art!
Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur – Four armed Hindu God Vishnu 12th Century black stone sculpture from Sanganer, Rajasthan
Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur – Large Vase made in red clay from ancient Sindh province (now in Pakistan)
Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur – Another exceptional giant Vase, great example of Jaipur Pottery

Albert Hall Museum, Jaipur – Variety of pots and vases


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