The Government Museum in Alwar has a widespread collection of the history of the region, which was ruled by Mughal and Rajput kings.Paintings and writings on palm leaves by kings and scholars can be seen in the museum. The battles and the weaponry used in them have been depicted in paintings and drawings and there is also a collection of weapons used in those days.Various kinds of Persian and Sanskrit manuscripts, musical instruments, bidri work, stuffed animals, miniature paintings, pottery and brass work, etc. which have been brought from far off places like Ceylon and Bengal can be seen in the Government Museum. Ivory work and lacquered sculptures are also some of the collections.The Government Museum was formed post independence by converting a part of the City Palace, which also houses a number of items from the palace itself.
City Palace, Mohalla Ladiya, Alwar, Rajasthan 301001, India