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Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum - Government Museum, Bikaner

Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum
Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum
The Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum or the Ganga Government Museum is situated in Bikaner in Rajasthan, India. It is the part of Bikaner Fort or the Junagarh Fort. It is built in 1937 by Maharaja Ganaga Singh on the occasion of Golden jubilee functions.

Things to Do & See:

The main attractions of the Ganga Golden Jubilee Museum include:

1. Huge portraits & hunting trophies of Maharajas of Bikaner & Royal personalities.
2. Maharaja Ganga Singh personal items
3. Astonishing golden leaf painting, miniature painting
4. Art & Artifact made of glass, metal & wood.
5. Decorative swings and palanquins
6. First World War biplane
7. Antique gold and silver howdah (Ambari or Chhatra)

Apart from this, the museum has a framework of the Palace of Gajner made of wooden casket and a teak wood table and a chariot with minute details that hold the attention of visitors.

How to Reach?

By air: The nearest airport to Bikaner is Jodhpur, which is nearly 250 km away. This is a domestic airport, connecting to metros in India.

By rail: Bikaner railway station is well connected to the cities of Delhi, Jodhpur, Jaipur, Kalka, Howrah and Bhatinda. Bikaner Express and Bikaner Mail are commonly preferred trains.

By road: From state transport to private buses, plenty of bus services are available from Bikaner to Delhi, Jaipur, Ahmadabad, Udaipur etc.


Luxury hotels are available but deluxe rooms are comparatively cheaper as compared to other Indian towns & excellent hospitality services. Hotel Palace view, Hotel Meghsar Castle, Thar Hotel Bikaner are some places for accommodation.