Darbar Hall Museum
This ancient fort is believed to have been built in 319 BC by the Mauryan emperor Chandragupta, though it has been extended many times....
The Jumma Masjid, the mosque inside the fort, was converted from a palace in the 15th century by Gujarat Sultan Mahmud Begada and has a...
Close to the Jama Masjid (which is inside the Uperkot Fort) are 2nd century AD Buddhist caves , an eerie three-storey carved complex –...
Jay Ambe Juice Centre
The perfect retreat for a fresh juice, milkshake or ice cream – try a custard-apple shake.
Geeta’s army of waiters are constantly on the move serving up top-class, all-you-can-eat veg Gujarati thalis at a bargain price. Finish...
Diwan Chowk · interesting places nearby
Darbar Hall Museum information
This museum displays weapons, armour, palanquins, chandeliers, and howdahs from the days of the nawabs, as well as a huge carpet woven in Junagadh’s jail. There’s a royal portrait gallery, including photos of the last nawab with his numerous beloved dogs. At the time of research, the museum was closed due to an internal dispute; no one could say when it will re-open.