Situated in the South-Western part of Rajasthan in Sirohi district Mount Abu is in a unique position of being the only hill station in the desert state. Apart from its scenic forests and hills, Mount Abu attracts a lot of religious tourism because of Arbuda Devi Temple and the famous Dilwara Jain Temple which is known for exquisite marble architecture
Here, the Department of Archaeology and Museum, Government of Rajasthan opened a museum in Raj Bhawan (Governors House) in 1965. It exhibits a wide range of interesting artefacts, antiques and contemporary objects. The display includes a wide variety of sculptures, jewellery, clothes, inscriptions, musical instruments, weapons and terracotta toys.
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