Housing the ultimate charms of Royal Rajasthan, the Albert Hall Museum is considered as the finest gallery in Jaipur. This veritable museum was designed by Colonel Sir Swinton Jacob in February 21, 1887 to impress King Edward VI and currently includes more than 24,930 exhibits. This institution is considered as a centre for conveying knowledge related to civilization, improving the skills of upcoming artisans, and protecting traditional Indian arts, crafts, architectural forms. The museum complex is a proud example of Indo-Saracenic architecture which features beautiful pillars, arches and vast courtyards. Exhibits include an eternal collection of paintings, arms, weapons, sculptures, tribal art, textiles, jewellery, musical instruments, clocks, and hundreds of other such spectacular items that can keep a visitor enthralled for hours.