Amrapali Museum is one of the underrated hidden gems of Jaipur that you cannot miss. It has an exclusive display of some of the gorgeous and valuable jewels of ancient days and different styles of Indian jewellery art. You may not be interested in going to a place fully loaded with only jewels but when you will enter the Museum, you will surely be mesmerized by their outstanding collection. You can find a huge collection of tribal jewellery and collections here, which is clearly the main attraction of this place. You will also find items from different fields like Mughal, Rajput, Temple and many others. Moreover, you can even try the jewels on request.
The Amrapali Jewelers was founded by Rajesh Ajmera and Rajiv Arora in the eighties, which made its name in tribal jewellery and exquisite jewellery. The Amrapali Museum was established afterwards, with two floors and showcases nearly every kind of jewellery that is worn by people of India. It is very easy to navigate as well, situated at Ashok Nagar, the Central Part of Jaipur City. The Jaipur Railway station is also very near to the Museum and the airport is also easily accessible from here. The Museum remains open all day of the week from 11 am to 6 pm. It is closed on Sunday.