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Mysore Palace in Mysore

Summer: 22 to 39° C (Very Hot)
Winter: 13 to 31° C (Pleasant)
Monsoon: June to September

Best time to visit:  September to March

Opening Time: 10:00 a.m.
Closing Time: 05:00 p.m.
Weekly Holiday: Open 7 days a week

Entry Fees for Indians Adults:  INR 40
Children:  INR 25
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Entry Fees for Foreign Nationals Adults:  INR 200
Children:  INR 200
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A perfect example of Indian architectural beauty, Mysore Palace resembles the Mughal and French culture through its design and decor. The magnificent building, Mysore Palace is also popular as Amba Vilas Palace. Enhancing the value, beauty and image of Mysore, this palace is located in the heart of the city and introduces tourists to the grandeur of a bygone era. 
An ideal amalgamation of Oriental, Roman, Indo-Saracenic and Dravidian architectural styles, Mysore Palace spells magic. Now the most renowned and most visited tourist attraction in India, Mysore Palace has two durbar halls that are embellished with beautiful gardens and courtyards. The palace is lighted from 07:00 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. which enhances its beauty further.
The palace has three unique rooms – Ambavilasa (one of the most beautiful rooms), Gombe Thotti (a gallery of traditional dolls) and Kalyana Mantapa (the marriage hall). Mysore Palace complex houses twelve spectacular Hindu temples like Someshvara Temple, Shwetha Varahaswamy Temple and Lakshmiramana Temple etc. 
Other attractions in Mysore include Lalitha Mahal Palace, the Railway Museum, Mysore Zoo and Chamundi Hills. 


Road: Excellent bus service by Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation is available. A number of private buses are also available from Bangalore to Mysore.

Railway: Mysore Junction Railway Station (located about 2 km.)is the nearest railhead to reach Mysore Palace. Daily trains from different cities of the country are available.

Airway: Mysore Airport (located about 10 km.) is the nearest airport to reach the palace. Tourists can take a cab from the airport to the palace.