Akbar's Palace and Museum, a small fort constructed in 1500AD is situated in a small garden surrounded by rooms on all the four sides. It is a great place to go. It is a place where Akbar and his troops stayed for many years. The palace itself is magnificent and has great architectural value. The museum portrays the age-old military weapons and exquisite sculptures. The museum also showcases various aspects of the Rajput and Mughal style of living and fighting.
The British called this palace, the Rajputana Arsenal. A part of the palace was later converted into a museum in 1908. The most striking attractions here are the Beautiful black marble idol of Goddess Kali and the 6th and 7th-century paintings. Though parts of the monument are in ruins, it still beholds the glory of its golden past. The Akbar's Palace and Museum is itself a masterpiece. This palace serves as the perfect way to gain some knowledge about the culture and living of that era.
Construction of this had been commissioned by Akbar in 1570. This is the location from where Salim, as the Emperor Jahangir read out the Farman permitting the British East India Company to trade with India.