Also known as the Vinay Vilas Mahal, City Palace of Alwar was built by Raja Bakhtayar Singh in 1793. Located in the heart of the city, the palace architecture showcases the perfect blend of Indo-Islamic architecture of pre-historic times. Adding more to the architecture of the palace, there are the opulent marble pavilions that sits on lotus flower base located in the central courtyard. They truly reflect the poised and royal lifestyle of a bygone era!
With a visit to Alwar’s City Palace, visitors can witness captivating collections of murals and delicate mirror works on the palace walls. Though the palace has now been converted into District Collectorate office, visitors can still catch a glimpse of its past by visiting the City Museum located on the upper floors of the City Palace.