The residence of the Royal family of Bharatpur, Bharatpur Palace showcases the beautiful blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture. Each ruler of Bharatpur has contributed to the construction of this palace. The palace is exquisitely decorated with patterned floors and convoluted designs. This is a massive palace which is known for its immensely beautiful Mughal and Rajput architectural; designs and construction. The palace is made of complete white marble is dated back to the era of 1857. The palace has been converted into a heritage hotel and people can see the lovely ornate designs and experience the warm hospitality here.
Located within the premises of the Bharatpur Palace is Kamra Khas, a museum that contains a vast number of antiques, over 581 stone sculptures, 861 local art and craft wares, and ancient scriptures that depict the art and culture typical of Bharatpur. The palace itself was built in stages by various Maharajas and is a fine fusion of Mughal and Rajput architecture. The various apartments in the palace have a variety of richly patterned floor tiles decorated with exquisite designs.