The Bangalore Palace is one of the wonderful masterpieces in Bangalore that was built in 1887 by Chamaraja Wodeyar illustrating the Tudor-style. The construction has equipped with towers and its interiors are elegant carved of wood. The palace is incomplete without Gothic windows, battlements and turrets. The visiting hours are 10 am to 6 pm on all days in a week except Sunday declared a holiday.
Vidhana Soudha is a dignified building built exclusively of dressed Bangalore granite of 46 meter high. It is a shrine to temple architecture known as Bangalore’s best landmark. The entire construction is constructed on the Indian tradition style of architecture. It has four corners and each has four domes. The main gateway is covered with the four headed lion representing the power of Indian sovereignty.
Lord Cubbon was laid out Cubbon Park in 300 acres of abundant serenity in the year 1864. In the present days, this Park is like a haven of Green foliage located in the midst of modern Bangalore. It is a very beautiful Park with calm and quiet atmosphere. It is quite capturing that seeks the interest of nature lovers, walkers and joggers.
Tipu Sultan's Palace
Tipu Sultan's Palace is placed nearby the fort. Now, it is converted to a museum. Hyder Ali was started the construction of the building of it was completed by Tipu Sultan. The complete construction of the Palace was completed in the year 1791 in ten years to plan and construct the palace. It is a twin storied flowery wooden structure. It has columns, curves and balconies lying with gardens on both sides of the path.