Rajasthan Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Rajasthan - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Udiapur and Environs 26

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Chittaurgarh 1

Eklingji and Nagda 3

Kumbhalgarh 2

Mount Abu 4

Ranakpur 1

Udaipur 12

Jaipur and Environs 23

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Bharatpur 3

Jaipur 14

Pushkar 5

Ranthambhore National Park 1

Jaisalmer and Environs 12

Jodhpur 8

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Albert Hall Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

The oldest museum in Jaipur, inside the Ram Niwas Bagh, is worth a visit just for its breathtaking architecture—the sandstone-and-marble...

Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandal

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This folk-art museum displays a collection of puppets, dolls, masks, folk dresses, ornaments, musical instruments, and paintings. The...

City Palace

  • Castle/Palace/Chateau

The sprawling maharana's palace—the largest in Rajasthan—stands on a ridge overlooking the lake and the view of the city and Lake...

Desert Culture Centre

  • Museum/Gallery

Near Gadsisar Lake, this small museum is run by local historian and teacher NK Sharma, who also runs the Folklore Museum, and admission...

Umaid Bhawan Palace Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Built between 1929 and 1942 at the behest of Maharaja Umaid Singh during a long famine, this public-works project employed 3,000 workers.

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