The Fateh Praksah Palace Museum is located in the Chittorgarh Fort. In the year 1968 a major part of the Fort was converted into a museum and tourists were allowed to all see the antique collections of the royal family.
The museum is further subdivided into sections dedicated to different antiquity such as coins, art, weapons, tribal life and wood crafts of the Bassi village. There is a huge collections of sculptures in the museum, including the statue of Hindu God Lord Ganpati, built in the 8th-9th century. There are other sculptures of Indra and Jain Ambica, dating back to the post medival period. There is a also a section where weapons and armory such as axes, helmets, shields, farsa and knives and uniforms of the mighty soldiers of Chittorgarh can be seen.
Timings: Opened from 10 am to 4:30 pm on all week days except on friday and gazette holidays.
Well connected by road and railways. The nearest airport is Neemuch airport, which is in Madhya Pradesh.