Albert Hall Museum
The Albert Hall Museum is named out of appreciation for Prince Albert of Britain (Queen Victoria’s significant other) and was developed to lure him to visit Jaipur during his 1876 voyage through the Indian subcontinent. It was significant for Maharaja Ram Singh to have the sovereign visit Jaipur as this would quality connections to the British imperial court. The other indulgence that the Maharaja performed was guaranteeing the city was painted pink as an indication of inviting and this custom proceeds through to today.
The Albert Hall Jaipur was planned by a British planner, Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob, who consolidated India Islamic design with neo-gothic that was in vogue in the Victorian time. This style of design is alluded to as Indo-Saracenic and the Albert Hall Museum is the best model in Rajasthan. Ruler Albert formally laid the principal stone of the structure to be named after him and the function occurred on the sixth of February 1876. The complex was finished 10 years after the fact in the rule of Madho Singh II who chose the Albert Hall Jaipur ought to be utilized as a historical center rather than an administration working as Madho Singh I had arranged.
Location: Museum Road, Ram Niwas Garden, Kailash Puri, Adarsh Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302004
Timing: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Price: INR 40 for Indians and INR 300 for foreigners