Jaganmohan Palace In Mysore Entry Charges And Timing 

Jaganmohan palace is an art gallery and function hall which was constructed by the Krishnaraja Wodeyar III in 1861. This palace was used as the official residence of Wodeyar, when the present Mysuru Palace was under construction. This three storied building is built in traditional Hindu architectural style. The interior walls of the palace has some exquisitely carvings.

The art gallery in this palace is named after King Sri Jayachamarajendra Wodeyar, which displays huge painting collections from famous artists like Aless Caddy, Nikolai Roerich, P.P Ruben, Raja Rama Varma, S.L. Haldankar, M. Veerappa, Ishwardas, Titan and Jiladin Ville. Spend your valuable time in Mysuru by visiting this palace with your friends and family. Management has strictly prohibited public from touching or damaging articles.

Tourists can visit the palace from 8.30 AM to 5.30 PM on all days. An entry fee of Rupees 20 for adults and Rupees 10 for children’s is charged. It is located opposite to city bus stand, Jaganmohan palace road Chamrajpura and can contact on 0821-2423693 for further details. This palace is about walkable distance from the city bus stand and suburb bus stand. Tourists from railway station can hire an auto or cab to reach this palace.

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