Ticket Prices Increased at Bagore Ki Haveli and Shilpgram After 5 Years


Ticket Prices Increased at Bagore Ki Haveli and Shilpgram After 5 Years

Thousands of tourists visit Bagore Ki Haveli and Shilpgram, which are under the West Zone Cultural Centre, every year...
 
Shilpgram and Bagore ki Haveli
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The ticket prices at the city's major tourist attractions, Bagore Ki Haveli and Shilpgram, have been increased after five years. 

Now, Indian adults will be charged Rs 60/- instead of Rs 55/-, and children aged 5 to 12 years will be charged Rs 40/- instead of Rs 30/- per ticket. The entry fee for foreign tourists has been increased by Rs 30, making it Rs 150/-. The last increase in entry fees was in 2019.

Bagore Ki Haveli houses a museum based on the former royal families of Mewar. Over the past year, 81,146 tourists visited Bagore Ki Haveli, while Shilpgram attracted 60,094 tourists.  Additionally, during the Shilpgram Festival 2023 alone, 1.48 lakh tourists visited, including foreign tourists.

Thousands of tourists visit Bagore Ki Haveli and Shilpgram, which are under the West Zone Cultural Centre, every year. During the festival in December, the number of visitors to Shilpgram exceeds one lakh. Attractions here include rural life displays and huts from different states. 






 

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