Gwalior / Attractions / Jai Vilas Palace
A 19th century
palace, it boasts of what are supposedly the world’s heaviest
chandeliers. This palace, remnant the last rulers of Gwalior -
the indias, is patterned on the lines of an Italian Palazzo. Although
the current maharaja still lives in a portion of the palace, a
large part of it is now a museum. It was designed by LI. Col.
Sir Michael Filose and was completed within 3 years to await the
visit of the Prince of Wales. A large part of the palace is a
museum filled with family memorabilia. This museum is open from
10:30 am—5 p.m. (Closed on Monday).