Sharad Bagh Palace Kutch


About the location: Sharad Bagh Palace lies as a green oasis in the middle of sun scorched Bhuj. It lost most of its 3rd floor in the 2001 earthquake, and the remaining lower floors are closed. However, the adjacent former dining hall now houses the palace’s eclectic museum collection. Standout exhibits are two huge stuffed tigers that the erstwhile Maharao shot, and his coffin. The gardens, now turned nursery, are an oasis in the middle of the town. These are excellent to walk around on a hot day to cool off between sightseeing.

Brief History: This graceful 1867 Italianate palace, set among shade trees full of crows and bats, was the abode of the last Maharao of Kutch, Madansingh, until his death in 1991.

Visiting Hours

9am–noon & 3–5.45pm Sat–Thu



Sharad Bagh Palace

How to get there

  • By Road By Road The railway station lies on the western railways network

  • By Train By Train state and private buses service the city from all major parts of Gujarat.

  • By Air By Air Bhuj is well connected by air, rail and road. The Bhuj airport lies 4 km from the city and has ample domestic flights from major destinations in India.


Registered Tour Operators

Tour Operator

Balaji Air Travels

Mobile 9825588263
Tour Operator

Happy Holidays

Mobile 9978382038
Tour Operator

Kutch Expeditions

Mobile 9925426770

Registered Tourist Guides

Tourist Guide

Bora Ajay Tulsidas

Mobile 9879242488
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Chetan Parmar

Mobile 9825823969
Tourist Guide

Deep Katta

Mobile 9925169388