Visit the awesome 15th century, Junagarh Fort, the one fort said to have never been captured. It houses red sandstone and marble palaces like Anup Mahal, Ganga Niwas and Rang Mahal; a royal temple called Har Mandir, and a museum.
The architectural masterpiece in red sandstone, built by Maharaja Ganga Singh in memory of his father Maharaja Lall Singh.This magnificent palace is an example of pure Rajput martial architecture. Designed by Sir Swinton Jacob,.
It is the main entrance to the fort. among the notable of these places are the exquisitely beautiful Chandra Mahal with marvelous paintings, mirrors and carved marble panels and the Phool Mahal ornate with glass and mirror work.
Shri Sadul Museum
A part of the Lalgarh Palace has been converted into a museum. Known as the Sadul Museum, it covers the entire first floor of the palace. Some of the well-preserved old photographs and trophies of wildlife collected by the royalty have been housed here
The place located on the bank of the lake was the summer resort of the former kings . today it has been treated as a hotel.