Mubarak Mandi Palace is renowned among tourists as the royal abode of the erstwhile Dogra Kings. This palace showcases a unique combination of European, Baroque, Rajasthani and Mughal architectural styles. The prime attraction of this palace complex is the Sheesh Mahal.
The Dogra Art Museum situated in the ‘pink hall’ of the Mubarak Mandi Palace is also popular among tourists. The beautifully adorned halls and galleries of the palace have been used for numerous official events and ceremonies.
Surrounded by a beautiful garden and a courtyard once used by royals as well as commoners for important proceedings, the palace provides for an imposing view of an old city and the Tawi river. The Mubarak Mandi Palace has been declared as a historically and archaeologically significant site that includes government courts and offices.