Palace of queen 👑 Victoria. Lovely place. Good place to visit with partners. Nice place for romantic.
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It's very serene and royal too. I love the Sunday morning walk in this place. Veryyy refreshing. Never get bored of the serenity of the place. Suddenly you feel to be away from kolkata, despite being in the heart of the city. Would love to...More
We spent several hours here, lots of history to take in. It was very busy when we visited and difficult to see all the exhibits. Also a very loud guide going round who made it difficult to concentrate on what I was reading on the...More
you will find more British colonial history rather than Mughul history in that palace. The architecture and the greenery in the garden will fascinate you. it is worthy of visiting this place. Don't take any photo inside this palace. and you must bring your water...More
Very huge and clean premise. Felt like I was roaming in European county due to its building nature. Need plenty of time to roam and relax. Very nice place to visit...
For the moment I saw this, I forgot that I'm in India. Typical English architecture having resemblance with Australia. The property is a true Beauty. Museum was great but the outside appealed me more than inside. There were some amazing parks having little ponds too....More
We really enjoyed this. Entry is RS200 for a foreign visitor but the museum inside is packed with interesting paintings and historical time lines and outside the gardens are very pretty. If you take photos from near the ponds to one side, you might be...More
What were the British thinking of when creating this wedding-cake-esque erection in the heart of crazy Kolkata? Were they trying to rival the Taj? Stunning building and an oasis of calm in the centre of Kolkata. Definitely worth a visit to see the outside but...More
It was lovely to visit this building and to see the gardens. I have photo's of the memorial soon after the building was completed approximately 100 years ago before the gardens were completed. The interior was quite impressive and the information boards & pictures very...More