Unlike historical places in Rajasthan, the Garh palace is one which has several small palaces encircling he central majestic residence. This fort was built by many rulers. This palace has been commissioned by Rao Balwant Singh in 1580. This palace is built on terraces on a small hill surrounded with the palace complex, making it seem more like a fort than a place of leisure.
This palace was built by rulers of different times. It has a magnificent structure that shows the supreme Rajput architecture. The finest example, Chitrashala, a captivating pavilion and a gallery of miniature murals embellish the palace.
Rani Ji Ki Baori: Right in the centre of the town, there is a pleasing baoris or step wells that is 46 mts deep and endowed with intricate carvings. It was constructed by Rani Nathavatji in 1699 the steps leading down to the water are framed with soaring pillars. It displays animal-human evolution that has been carved in the picture of Avtars.