Established in 1940, the Government Museum Alwar is located on the upper floors of Alwar City Palace.
The museum is divided into four galleries that house artefacts and artworks from the past. The first gallery contains sculpture and inscriptions while the second gallery contains musical instruments, stuffed birds, animals, textiles, ivory, marble objects etc.
The third gallery is an important one as it contains a unique collection of paintings and manuscripts in Persian, Sanskrit , Urdu including Gulistan , Babumama, Shahnama etc. The fourth gallery contains the arms and armoury of state rulers. There are over 2700 arms and weapons of various kinds such as shields, swords, pistols , rifles, daggers, etc. The museum also has a notable collection of over 9702 coins.
Free Entry For: Children below 7 years and entry for Student groups shall be free every day between 10.00 to 12.00 am on the recommendation of their respective Institute
Free Entry days: 30th March - Rajasthan Diwas, 18th World - Heritage Day, May - World Museum Day and 27th September - World Tourism Day
Indian Student - 10
Adult - 100
Student - 50