One of the largest of its kind in India. Built in 1912 in the Indo Saracenic style, this place excludes a grandeur that is unmatched. The Golden Royal Elephant Throne, the Durbar Hall, the Kalyana Mantap and the Gallery are the main attractions here.

The palace was completed in 1912. It costs 4.14 million, the top of the palace stant at 145 ft with seven high beams. Inside, the palace has many big halls conforming to the traditional thotti (Quadrangle) design. The magnificent jewel-studded golden throne, the pride of the Wodeyars and the symbol of their sovereignty, displayed here during the Dussehra festival.