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Mysore Palace is open for visitors everyday from 10 am to 5.30 pm. There is no weekly off for Mysore Palace!

[caption id="attachment_3671" align="alignleft" width="402"]Mysore Palace Lighting Timings

Days
Opens
Closes

All Days
10 AM
5.30 PM

Sundays & Public Holidays* 
( See Tip 3 )
7 PM
7.45 PM

Mysore Palace Timings
Mysore Palace (Inside Tour) * See Tip1 Mysore Palace ( Illumination)  **See Tip 2

 

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Palace illumination timings:
Sundays & Public Holidays :7pm-7.45pm

Tips:
To see the Mysore palace illumination no ticket is to be bought. Arrive a little early to settle at a vantage position. The charm is to be there when the palace is lit in one stroke, rather that arriving after the illumination is already on.
During the Mysore Dasara season the palace is illuminated for extended hours, on many days.
During satemourning days
For both daytime visiting and illumination, entry is through the southern gateway.

Mysore Palace Lighting Timings

DaysOpensCloses
Mysore Palace (Inside Tour) * See Tip1 All Days10 AM5.30 PM
Mysore Palace ( Illumination)  **See Tip 2Sundays & Public Holidays* 
( See Tip 3 )
7 PM7.45 PM

DaysOpensCloses
Mysore Palace (Inside Tour) * See Tip1 All Days10 AM5.30 PM
Mysore Palace ( Illumination)  **See Tip 2Sundays & Public Holidays* 
( See Tip 3 )
7 PM7.45 PM

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