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#16 of 831 Places To Visit in Hyderabad
purani haveli palace
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Pathar Gatti, Hyderabad, Telangana 500002, India
entry fee
per person For adults
per person For children
150 - 500
per camera
All days of the week except Friday
10:00 AM - 4:15 PM
visit duration
1 to 2 hours

about purani haveli palace

The Purani Haveli Palace located to the the south of Salar Jung Museum, is the sprawling Purani Haveli, built by the second Nizam for his son in 1777. The sixth Nizam Mir Mehboob Ali Khan spent most of his life here. He built a 240-foot long wooden chamber with some 150 walk-in-cupboards, arguably the world’s largest wardrobe! A section of the Purani Haveli serves as an educational institution while another houses the slightly disappointing Nizam’s Museum, with photographs and random objets d’art. The official residence of the Nizam, its historical connotations are worth exploring and the charm of this place is inexpressible. The palace has splendid interiors and resembles the architecture of European mansions built during the 18th century.

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2 Purani Haveli Palace reviews
Vamsi Krishna
Vamsi Krishna
A must visit for hyderabadi's and history fanatics
Sep 16 2014
It is an exquisite building just under 2Km from our beloved charminar. Though most of the building are presently being used an educational trust, the main building is still intact and acts as the Nijam's museum. It hold artifacts given by numerous pe ...... read more
Ashok Se
Ashok Se
Nice palace
Jun 19 2014
It is a nice palace in hyderabad. can visit once to see the architecture of the nizams rule.