Jubbal Palace, designed by a French architect, is an attractive and historical tourist destination. Also, known as the ‘Rana's Abode’, this palace displays Chinese architectural style. An interesting feature of the palace is that its lower portion is made of sandstone.
The greater half of the palace is banded in a round shape constructed using deodar timber. A giant wooden door, standing at a height of 18 ft., acts as the main entrance to the place. The palace is furnished with antiques and houses a rich library which consists of a huge collection of Sanskrit and Persian books.
The architecture of the modern wing of the palace displays a fusion of Indo-European style. This palace also exhibits ancient artilleries, which, were used by the royal families of Jubbal.