Erected in 1784, Daria Daulat Bagh is popularly known as the Summer Palace of Tipu Sultan. Haider Ali started the construction of this structure, though it was completed by his son Tipu Sultan. Counted among the 'must visit' sites of the region, the palace was given the status of a National Monument in 1959.
All travellers passing by Srirangapatna must visit this site. Daria Daulat Bagh exhibits architecture style of Indo-Saracenic, along with beautiful frescoes and ornate. Tourists can see different types of drawings and paintings, block prints, line sketches and clothes of Tipu Sultan on the first floor of the structure.
Along with that, mural paintings portraying his military movement against the British can also be witnessed on the ground floor of the palace.