Historical Places

Explore historic Jaipur through the ages; from being the royal land of Rajput Kings to witnessing the British colonial age. Jaipur brings you a number of magnificent forts and palaces, old museum, clock towers and other historic structures that would take you to centuries ago.
The city of Jaipur is home to a variety of architectural marvels from historic times.
Jal Mahal is an 18th century palace located in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake in Jaipur. Jal Mahal Jaipur is famous for its exquisite architecture.
This sturdy, sprawling fort was built in 1726 by Mahraja Jaisingh II when the Jaipur was made capital of the state. The 3 Km long fort had a distinct identity as the best foundry of the country and many high-end canons were cast in the compounds of its canon foundry
Constructed several centuries ago, Amber is the principal tourist attraction of Jaipur. This massive and sprawling for depicts the erstwhile royal lifestyle of Rajput kings. The fort is mainly built with Red Sandstone and houses various beautiful palaces and temples.
Among the three major forts: Amber, Jaigarh and Nahragarh the Nahargarh held a distinct value due to its sky-kissing height and fortifications
HawaMahal of the most prominent architects of the era Lal Chand Ustad used best of his artistic skills and architectural excellence to conceptualize and plan the design of the palace
Jantar Mantar of Jaipur is a planet observatory that was built by Mahraja Sawai Jai Singh in 1738
City Palace is a prominent tourist hotspot in the city, famed for its awe-inspiring palace complex of wonderful palaces, art galleries, gardens, courtyards and richly decorated gates.
Albert Hall Museum is the oldest museum of Jaipur, Rajasthan. It holds a rich collection of artefacts including paintings, carpets, ivory, stone, metal sculptures, colourful crystal works, etc.

Historical Jaipur

Explore historic Jaipur through the ages, from royal land of rajput kings to the British colonial age.