The Mysore Palace (1912): It was built in 1912, at a cost of nearly Rs. 41.50 lakhs in the Indo-Saracenic style, a combination of Hindu and Saracenic features. The construction of the new palace was started in 1897, after the old wooden palace was caught in an accidental fire. Henry Irwin was the architect and E.W. Fritchley worked as Consulting Ëngineer. The Mysore Palace consists of the Dolls pavilion (Bombe thotti), the Kalyana Mantapa, the Amba Vilas Durbar Hall and other places with slender columns, stained glass pavilion, fine carvings, sculptures etc, that exhibit a superb artistic excellence.
Travelling From – City Bus Route Nos
From City Bus Stand to Palace
Audio Kit available at Mysore Palace in the following languages :
Opened days and hoursTimings: 10 AM to 5:30 PM, all the days.