Gopal Bhavan is an artistically designed building, constructed in 1760. The building entrance features well-laid out serene gardens. The back portion of the building faces the Gopal Sagar, bounded by two small pavilions, Sawan and Bhadon. There is a raised terrace in front of the garden with a marble arch. This arch brought by the Jat King, Maharaja Suraj Mal from the Mughals as a war trophy, is placed on a pedestal.
A banquet hall lies in the premises of the Gopal Bhavan. This hall exhibits a rare collection of antiques, mementos and Victorian furniture. The hall overlooks a sunken pool adorned with beautiful fountains. Gopal Bhavan is easily accessible from any part of Bharatpur.