The Sardar Government museum is located in the public park of the well known Umaid gardens which are located on the High court road. The museum has been named after the Maharaja Sardar Singh of Jodhpur. This was set up in 1909 and opened for public in 1936. As you visit the museum you will be able to see a very interesting collection of more than 1900 miniature paintings, 397 stone sculptures, weaponry, coins besides form the other arts and crafts which belong to the different periods of history.
One can even see a separate section which is focusing on the history of the city of Jodhpur and you can get all the information about the history of the city, the various rules in the city, the Umaid Bhavan Palace and the Mehrangarh Fort also. One can also see many paintings which belong to the different royalties along with the Jain Tirthankers which are known to the delight and honor of the museum. For all those who enjoy collecting coins and numismatics will be very overwhelmed on seeing the impressive coin collection. There is a public library and a zoo which has a large variety of stuffed animals and desert birds, found in the region.
|Indian fees||Rs 5/-|
|Foreign Tourists Fee||Rs 50/-|
|Timings||All days of the week except Friday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Visit Duration||2 to 3 hours|