TheLalgarh Palace is considered to be a symbol of the inspiration of the city of Bikaner to be counted amongst one of the modern kingdoms of the world. The original structure of the building of Lalgarh Palace was constructed by Ganga Singh. The palace was named after his father Maharaja Lall Singh. Ganga Singh made all possible efforts to develop Bikaner into a far more economically and robust place along with a linkage to the traditions of the past. The palace is although quite huge however it is compact too. The whole palace of Lallgarh is built of red sandstone.
The palace is also considered to be best paradigm of a Rajput palace. The portico of the palace is made up of pierced stone screens which were also known as jaalis. The palace was also the former residence of Maharaja Ganga Singh Ji, the emperor of Bikaner. One can also see the intricate work on the balconies, the beautifully carved ceilings. The Laxmi Niwas Palace located in the interiors of the palace is worth paying one visit. There is an entry fee of Rs 25 per person. The palace can be visited on all days of the week except Sunday from 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM.