Chowmahalla Palace | A monument in Hyderabad
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Once regarded as the center of Hyderabad, the magnificent Chowmahalla Palace was the seat of the Asaf Jahi dynasty where the Nizams entertained their official guests and royal visitors. Built over 200 years ago, Chowmahalla is renowned for its unique style and elegance. A synthesis of many architectural styles and influences, the Palace Complex has been meticulously restored.

Open now to select individuals and corporates for hosting their dinners, receptions and cultural evenings, Chowmahalla is a location that’s unmatchable for exclusivity, and offers an experience guests will never forget.



If you are looking for a party location that’s full of history and heritage. One that would make every guest of yours feel special and also make the evening different, memorable and indeed magical, then just step into the meticulously restored Chowmahalla Palace, You’ll immediately know that your quest has ended. This is the palace that was the seat of the Asaf Jahi Dynasty and was once regarded as the very center of Hyderabad,. This is the palace where the Nizams entertained their official guests and royal visitors.

Built over 200 years ago, Chowmahalla Palace is renowned for its unique style and elegance, and is a synthesis of many architectural styles and influences. The highlight of the palace is the Grand Khilwat, the Durbar Hall. The sheer magnificence of the place is breath-taking. The Courtyard where parties can be held, is a vast expanse of lush green lawns and picturesque water tanks and fountains.And now for the details of what the Palace Authorities can do to make your party one of the most talked about events in town.

Restored with great care, this was one of the original Palace buggies that transported the Nizam and his guests. And today the whole fleet, with liveried assistants in attendance, demonstrated that hospitality indeed begins with four wheels and four legs. As guests entered the courtyard, what their eyes were immediately drawn to was the Khilwat, the Grand Durbar Hall that was lit up in an ever changing milieu of colours. This served as a unique backdrop to the whole event and the fantastic evening that was poised to unfold.

General Admission Ticket 50 INR
Children Admission Ticket
(Below 12 years)
10 INR
Non Indian Admission Ticket 200 INR
Photography Charges (Camera/Mobile)

(SLR/Professional Cameras/Tripods are not allowed)

50 INR
Video Camera 100 INR


Timings: 10:00 AM to 5:00PM (Closed on Friday)


  • Kindly co-operate with security for checking your belongings.
  • Thanks for Co-operating with security
  • Thanks for Non-Smoking  & Not bringing plastics inside the palace premises.
  • Right To Admission Reserved.
  • Copyright of all objects within the complex movable & immovable belongs to Chowmahalla Palace.