Location: Gangori Ghat, Lake Pichola
Attractions: Fine architecture, museum, traditional Rajasthani cultural performances.
Timings: 10:00 A.M to 5:30 P.M/7 days a week
Built in 18th century in the vicinity of Lake Pichola, Bagore ki Haveli is a place of incredible architecture and excellent glasswork, drawing admirers from within and outside the country. It was initially constructed by Amarchand Badwa. However, after his death the haveli came under the control of Mewar royal family and the edifice was further extended by Maharaja Shakti Singh, who added three stories to it. The Haveli has over 138 rooms as well as several balconies, courtyards, corridors and terraces, embellished with fine architecture and other charming elements like frescos, murals, latticed screens and fine mirror work etc.
Over the period of time of unrestrained use, the structure of the haveli deteriorated to a considerable extent. However, it was fortunately restored and a museum was set up in its precincts which now house unique and rare Rajput and other royal paraphernalia. The haveli is lighted in the evening with colorful hues and several performances including traditional dance and music are organized to exhibit the erstwhile Rajasthani culture and tradition.