Situated in a secluded corner of Motigalli, in Hyderabad’s bustling Old City, the Chowmahalla Palace offers visitors a peek into the luxurious lifestyles of the Nizams.
The Chowmahalla Palace is among the greatest legacies of the Nizams, who were passionate and dedicated patrons of arts, architecture and science. In its heyday, the Palace was the seat of invincible power and tremendous opulence.
Today, the Chowmahalla Palace stands as a tribute to the architectural and aesthetic brilliance of the Nizams; as a monument to the rich history of Hyderabad. It is open to visitors throughout the year.More Details
Take a stroll down the hallowed halls of history
The legacy of the Nizams finds a home in Hyderabad. With Chowmahalla Palace serving multiple purposes, perhaps few other places holds such depth of history.
Heart Of The Palace
A grand, elegant palace,
the new Khilwat
Mubarak was built by the
Nizam VII between 1912-16.
Treasures of the Palace
From a stunning armoury to a breath-taking collection of books and documents, Chowmahalla Palace is full of treasures.
Not just a palace,
Chowmahalla is a vessel
of stories and a
legacy spanning decades
The Royal Family
The glorious reign of the Nizams started in 1724 A.D. with Nizam ul Mulk Asaf Jah I, and it was in 1948 that HEH Mir Osman Ali Khan Asaf Jah VII, merged Hyderabad with the Union of India.
Eager to step into the past? Plan your
visit to Chowmahalla today!
Here are some pointers.
A fairytale wedding; a grandiose event; or simply a day of indulgence – here’s how you can go about booking Chowmahalla Palace.
Hungry for more? Just beyond the gates
of the Palace lay more treasures