They charge Rs50 per entry but no services available. This is the palace of Kashi king but very poorly maintained as compare to MP and Rajasthan palaces. Not deserved any rating as per the current condition.
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Interesting collection of antics but the whole place (museums items as well as the entire fort) is very poorly maintained, very sadly.
Upkeep of this fort and museum is very poor. I was very disappointed to see priceless antique cars and other museum exhibits very poorly kept and displayed. Museum needs to employ proper curators and professionals to save this fort and museum from derelict state.
This museum has some precious stuff from ancient time. However, condition of the fort was really shocking to me. They charge rs 50 for entrance which is a very nominal charge but for me I think it was not even 50 rs worth. You will...More
It was disheartening to see the condition of this fort. The museum in the fort has some invaluable artifacts, peliquins, vintage cars etc. but they are all covered in dust. Looks like these things have never been cleaned for years. They are charging Rs. 50...More
Utterly neglected property but with rich heritage. The museum inside which houses erstwhile king’s collections will leave you awestruck . But it is only a pity that the entire museum is in shambles and very very poorly maintained. Mind boggling collections of armoury, guns, Ivory...More
The museum had a good collection of artefacts. However what was missing was the information material a traveller would look for to take back.
Interesting peek to a glamorous past. The fort is now a dusty museum that shows some of the wealth and lifestyle of former rulers of this region. A little gloomy, however worth the 200 INR entrance fee and two hours visit.