Everything is amazing in Mysore Palace 

Mysore's heritage

The Mysore Palace, also known as the Amba Vilas Palace, is a masterpiece of Indo-Saracenic architecture and the royal family of Mysore, the Wodeyar dynasty.

The current palace was designed to replace the wooden one destroyed by fire in 1897 and was built by British architect Henry Irwin.

Architectural history

A succession of beautifully carved domes, arches, and pillars can be seen throughout the palace's magnificent three-story construction.

The gorgeous facade


During the 10-day Mysore Dasara, the palace gets illuminated by thousands of bulbs. It’s a mesmerizing sight to see.

Palace’s halls

The inside of the palace has expensive chandeliers, lovely ceilings, and spectacular stained glass windows.

Palace museum

A piece of the modern palace has been converted into a museum. Visitors can find royal artifacts, works of art, pieces of clothing, and much more.

Sound and light Show

The sound and lighting of the palace tell the story of Wodeyar and high lights the essence of the building.

Your heart will be stolen by the Mysore Palace's immaculate grounds and gardens. Here, visitors may unwind amidst the beauty of nature.

Palace’s grounds

The Mysore Palace is a historical site that is accessible to the disabled and the elderly. Wheelchairs are available for use by visitors to the palace if required.