The Scindia Museum, also known as the Jivaji Rao Scindia Museum is placed within the Jai Vilas Mahal. It is named after Jivaji Rao Scindia who was a progressive ruler of the dynasty. The museum was started by a trust in 1964 to exhibit the remaining documents and holding of the successors of the Scindia dynasty.
Paintings, bronzes, weapons, sculpture, manuscripts, coins, musical instruments Persian carpets, Malabar woodwork, etc. are among the exhibits. Curios from China, Japan and Italy are exhibited. Two big Belgian Chandeliers are the main attraction in the museum. Swords of Aurangazeb are also displayed there.