The rich cultural, historical and royal heritage of Jaipur is reflected not only in the multitude of havelis, palaces and forts that fill the city, but also in the variety of museums, galleries and exhibitions the city has to offer. Jaipur hosts the world's largest literary festival and most recently hosted India's first ceramic triennale.

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A 19th century structure is the home to Indo-Saracenic architecture and exclusive stone ornamentation and paintings, artefacts from the Mughal and British times in India.

Non profit initiative set in an 18th century fortress turned sculpture park aimed at promoting contemporary art and sculpture in public spaces.

Nestled in the 18th Century Nahargarh Fort, this museum has life-like wax statue of celebrities from all around the world, of comic characters and also of Maharajas and Maharanis.



Gallery promoting art and encouraging engagement between artists and the local audience.

Modern and contemporary art gallery located inside the Amber Fort.

Located near the scenic Jal Mahal, the gallery displays a range of traditional and contemporary artworks.

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Multidisciplinary arts centre hosting a range of exhibitions spanning art and culture.


And when you need a break from all the art...

A collection of nineteen astronomical instruments of monumental scale, including the world's largest sundial, built by Rajput king Maharajah Sawaii Jai Singh II.

Artist studio turned residence filled with sculptures, art, and antiques.

Haveli turned museum documenting the art and history of block printing through exhibits and interactive programmes.