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Wax Museum Jaipur
Written by Rahul on June 28, 2020 Share on

Wax Museum Jaipur – One more great reason to visit the Pink City

One has to visit the great Pink city to know what it is worth. With each street being culturally unique and with every monument flowing with historic facts, this place is surely a wonder. Once you visit this city you will surely be spellbound by the beauty of this city. Rajasthan itself being one of the major tourist-friendly states in India, in that, Jaipur is the main attractor of tourists. With many monuments and forts that are of architectural brilliance and each building with a great history behind it, Jaipur is certainly the place to know about a major chunk of Indian history. In Jaipur is a totally differentiated attraction that is there for the tourists. It is the Wax museum in Jaipur, one of the well-known museums in Jaipur. Know more about this attraction by reading through the article.

Water Palace in Jaipur
Image Credits: Richard Mcall from Pixabay

Jaipur Wax Museum

Unlike most of the western countries, Jaipur is not the home to the most authentic wax museum. You might even not be interested in visiting this place. But Only when you visit you will know how good it is. It is like a fresh breath of air to travellers around the world. This museum has wax and silicon statues of known, famous personalities that we look up to and adore in our daily life. Set inside a world heritage centre, the wax museum in Jaipur is the first wax statue museum in the world. While exploring the great Nahargarh fort, you can also make some time for this famous wax museum, that will totally surprise you. Spot the Wax museum in the “Vishraamghar” and “Sahastragaar” sections of the Nahargarh fort. Know more about this great and unique attraction that attracts many tourists in a year.

The statue of Gandhi in the Wax museum, Jaipur
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The story of the Wax Museum

The creation of the wax museum is itself somewhat unprecedented. Strategically placed inside the Nahargarh Fort, the wax museum is hard to miss from the sight of the travellers. The main motive behind the creation of this museum is to give a whole new unique experience to the travellers travelling from across the globe. A very proud thing to know about this museum is that it is the world’s first wax museum. In this museum are the beautiful wax and silicon statues created by the famous artist Susanta Ray. The wax museum has two sections containing various statues. One best thing about this museum is that there is a whole board to each of the statues there that tells the travellers about the stories of the legends. The Wax museum in Jaipur is one of the must-visit places.

The entrance of the Jaipur wax museum.
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Different Segments of the Wax Museum in Jaipur

There are different sections to this brilliant wax museum in Jaipur. Situated in the Nahargarh Fort, this wax museum has 3 sections to go ahead and explore. All the three segments are quite engaging and will certainly keep you engaged longer than what you think. The three sections in this museum are the Hall of Icons, Royal Darbar and the Sheesh Mahal. Let us have a much more detailed look into these sections and know more about it.

Hall of Icons:

This hall is one of the most exciting and the most interesting part of the whole museum. You will instantaneously connect with many of the wax statues as these are statues of people you know and looked upon. View the wax statues of Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, Kalpana Chawla, Mother Teresa, Dalai Lama, Mahatma Gandhi, Sachin Tendulkar and Amitabh Bachchan. You will see several more statues from many different fields like movies, sports, art, literature and much more. This is one of the places where you will be able to take a quick selfie as these statues will look close to real-life people. Such intricacy was there in the making of these statues.

Amitabh Bachchan wax statue
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Royal Darbar:

This part of the wax museum is exactly as it is mentioned in its name. It is just royal to enter this part of the museum. Decorated with many decorative pieces and magnificent paintings, it depicts the rich culture of Rajasthan. This part of the museum has many statues of the influential rulers of Rajasthan and also paintings made of pure gold motifs. The wax statues of the Rajput kings include Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh and Rajmata Gayatri Devi. These structures actually make this place look like a palace itself with its riches and wealth. This Palace like decoration of this section makes this a must-visit in the Wax museum.

Royal Darbar of the Jaipur wax museum
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Sheesh Mahal:

Be completely blown away by the interior beauty of the one and only Sheesh Mahal. This is the third and final segment of the Jaipur wax museum. This will be the royal dessert for you after you have completed with the 2-course meal. You will be in complete loss of words when you see the mirror work in this palace. The major aspect of this Sheesh Mahal is the fine artwork of the Thikri mirror work and also the artwork created by using 2.5 million glass pieces. This is the major pulling factor of this Museum. The illusion that the Sheesh Mahal creates is just breathtaking. Even if you do not find the first two segments that interesting, you will have the worth for your money once you visit this place in the wax museum of Jaipur city.

Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur
Image Credits: IBishnu Sarangi from Pixabay

Timings and Tickets


Jaipur is one of the most tourist-friendly places in India. So there are many activities that are open round the clock, just so that they can occupy more tourists into some activities. Most activities are opened during a fixed timing on all days. The Jaipur Wax Museum is one such place.

Opening Time
(Sun-Sat) – 9:30 AM – 6:30 PM


Ticket prices are not much for any foreign travellers but it is quite expensive for an average Indian traveller when compared to other tourist places. So here is the Entrance fee price list of the Jaipur Wax Museum.

Indian Visitors: 300 INR
Wax Museum and Sheesh Mahal (Indian)- 500 INR
Wax Museum and Sheesh Mahal (Foreign)- 700 INR

Full ticket rates apply from the age of 3.

Jaipur is just a place filled with wonders to explore more and more. In a magical city like that is this unique wax museum experience with exhibits like never seen before. Add this as a part of our itinerary in your Rajasthan holiday package with your family or your loved ones. Also, do check out the Pickyourtrail website to know more on domestic travel.