10 Best Attractions Tours in Mysore - 2020 (with 330 Reviews)

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Day Trip to Somanathapura and Talakadu from Bangalore 1D ₹ 1300 4.0 star View Details
Mysore Sightseeing Day Trip from Bangalore 1D ₹ 1300 4.0 star View Details
Mysore Artisan Walk 2H ₹ 700 4.0 star View Details
Mysore Market Walk 2H ₹ 700 4.0 star View Details
City of Palaces Tour, Mysore 4H ₹ 2500 4.0 star View Details
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Day Trip to Somanathapura and Talakadu from Bangalore Best Seller
Day Trip to Somanathapura and Talakadu from Bangalore

1D

Mysore

Somnathpur, home to the 13th-century Chennakeshava temple and also known as Keshava temple. Talakadu is home to the 14th-century Vaidyanatheswara Temple. It is dedicated to five forms of Lord Shiva and situated 15 km away from the Chennakeshava Temple.About the Destination:With Somnathpura and Talakadu tour, you will get whisked away to some splendid destinations filled with history, beauty, legend, wildlife, and intrigue. First off, head to Somanathapura. The town is popular for Chennakesava Temple that rests on the banks of River Kaveri. This place of worship is around 700 years old and displays magnificent Hoysala architecture. You will also get to witness Keerthi Narayana Temple and Keshava Temple. Pickup time: 07.00 amHow to reach:All travelers will be picked from the hotel and dropped back to the hotel in Bangalore. You can easily reach here by public or private transport. Minimum occupancy: 2 Pax
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Mysore Sightseeing Day Trip from Bangalore Best Seller
Mysore Sightseeing Day Trip from Bangalore

1D

Mysore

The most famous things are in Mysore are paintings, Mysore Pak (sweet dish), Mysore silk (silk sarees), Mysore masala dosa, Mysore ink, and Mysore Dasara (festival of Dussehra). Mysore is the best place to spend your weekend in Bangalore.About the Destination:Mysore is famous for its Palaces and the most famous palace is the Mysore Palace. Start your day trip with the guide in an air-conditioned car from the hotel in Bangalore. Reach Mysore and visit Chamundeshwari Temple. After that explore Chamundi Hills, the best place in Mysore. Visit the Roman Catholic church of St. Philomena, and Karanji lake (Butterfly park). Pickup time: 07.30 amHow to reach:All travelers will be picked from the hotel and dropped back to the hotel in Bangalore. You can easily reach here by public or private transport. Minimum occupancy: 2 Pax
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Mysore Artisan Walk Featured
Mysore Artisan Walk

2H

Mysore

This walk of around 2 hours is an excellent way to familiarize yourself with Mysore’s epic holds over artistry.  The city is amongst the greatest contributors of sandalwood production in India and its artisans are known world over to carve masterpieces that flaunt their skills. Witness this 600-year-old place’s glorious legacy of art, architecture, heritage and royalty.  Around 10am, your guided walk begins from Mysore’s Town Hall. You’ll visit Chamarajendra Academy of Visual Arts (CAVA), which offers several art-based courses. The experience throws open an opportunity to meet several artists engaged in age-old art-making, handicrafts production that has been handed down for many generations. You have the chance to converse with the artists while in action, gaining insights into various art forms. By noon, your walk is complete. Head back with knowledge on finer nuances on Mysore’s famous art forms.  Duration: Around 2 hours 
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32 Ratings

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Mysore Market Walk
Mysore Market Walk

2H

Mysore

About the Activity:At Mysore market get a sneak peek of a Mysorean’s daily life. Regular shoppers bargaining with local traders, aromas of organic produce, heaps of fresh vegetables and fruits, grocery items, food stalls all embroiled in a singular space makes a captivating scene. The tour stretched over two hours is a good sample of a traditional Indian market.  Around 10am, you’ll begin your guided walk from Town Hall. Take one of the two main entrances to the market to step into a wonderland, which has been around for over 125 years. An infectious energy engulfs you as you walk in. Each area of the campus is earmarked for vegetables, fruits and other delights. Find a generous mix of incense stalls, shops selling household items, and even some handicraft and souvenir stalls. At the end of this casual walk, Mysore would no longer be a stranger!  
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30 Ratings

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City of Palaces Tour, Mysore
City of Palaces Tour, Mysore

4H

Mysore

About the Activity:Amble through the royal lanes of Mysore and experience the grandeurs of a bygone era. This 4 hour hop-on and hop-off walking tour starts near the Town Hall at around 09:30 am. From the Mysore Town Hall, visit the Amba Vilas Palace, also known as the Mysore Palace. Built in 14th century, it is the official residence of the Wodeyar dynasty and is also one of the major tourist spots in Mysore. Following this, make it to the Jayalakshmi Vilas Mansion. Built in 1905 by Chamaraja Wodeyar, the then Maharaja of Mysore, this historical building now houses the post-graduate departments of Mysore University. Visit the Lalitha Mahal Palace that was built by Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV during 1921 for the royal stays of the Viceroy of India. The palace has now been converted into a five star property under the flagship of Ashok Group of Hotels. With this, the walking trail will come to an end.
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Colonial Walking Tour, Mysore
Colonial Walking Tour, Mysore

4H

Mysore

Revisit the glory of Mysore, the city of palaces, and explore its golden history. This 4 hour tour takes you through cultural and architectural wonders of this royal land and gets you acquainted with its splendours. Assembling near the Town Hall at around 9:30 am, this walking tour heads toward the Mysore Palace. A testimony of city’s timeless era, it is also known as the Amba Vilas Palace and is the official residence of the Wodeyar dynasty. Following this, visit the Jayalakhsmi Vilas Mansion. Standing tall on a hilltop, this grand building now houses a museum with ageless collection of artefacts and other royal belongings. The Lalitha Mahal, once the royal residence of the Viceroy of India, will be the next on the itinerary. Painted in elegant white colour, this palace has now been converted into a heritage hotel under the flagship of Ashok Group of Hotels. Post this, visit the Chamarajendra Academy of Visual Arts (CAVA). One of the prominent institute for learning drawing, photography and photo-journalism, graphics and several other courses, it was started by Maharaja Krishnaraja Wodeyar IV in 1906. With this, the walking tour will come to an end. Duration: 4 hours
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Jeep Tour of Tippu's Trail, Mysore
Jeep Tour of Tippu's Trail, Mysore

4H

Mysore

The best way to experience the glorious heritage of the kingdom of Tipu Sultan is to take a tour of the island of Srirangapatnam in an open jeep. The 4 hour guided trip through the fort city of the 'Tiger of Mysore' will provide you a glimpse of how the Anglo-Mysorean wars were plotted and fought. You will also get a sneak peek at the colonial connections of the city and its linkages with the American and French revolutions. The experience can be undertaken anytime during the day. Visit places that narrate a story. Colonel Bailey Dungeon is where Colonel Bailey passed away in the 18thcentury. It is said that at the time of siege of Srirangapatna, one cannon rolled back, cut the ceiling and fell into the dungeon. It still lies there today. Tour the Fort where Tippu launched his attack against the British. Inside this fort is a mosque and the Ranganathaswamy Temple. On the outside, you have the tomb of Tippu, the Gumbaz. Also visit the Obelisk, where Tipu Sultan died, while trying to prevent a British soldier from pulling out his legendary sword from its scabbard.    Duration: 4 hours
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36 Ratings

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Mysore Royal Walk
Mysore Royal Walk

2H

Mysore

Get acquainted with the flavour and colour of majestic Mysore. Discover what gives the heritage township its distinct character. The guided walk of 2 hours can be undertaken any time of the day. Meet at Town Hall that was built in 1884 in memory of the first Dewan of Mysore. Amble through historic avenues and visit monuments. Visit the Fort, Mysore Park and also the iconic Mysore Palace that was the official residence and seat of the Wodeyars. Discover the colonial connections and hear captivating stories about the place.  Duration: Around 2 hours 
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Mysore Old City Walking Tour
Mysore Old City Walking Tour

2H

Mysore

Mysore has a glorious history which is reflected in the architectural wonders that dot the city’s landscape. The old world glory of the city can be experienced through a walking tour in Mysore’s historically important parts such as Agrahara. It is the oldest part of the city and still bears the marks of the time that has gone by.  
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Dasara Walking Tour, Mysore
Dasara Walking Tour, Mysore

4H

Mysore

Take an enchanting walking tour in Mysore during Dasara when the city comes alive with pomp and revelry. Starting anytime during the day before 2pm and lasting for 4 hours, it usually takes place during the months of September or October  You may find your guide for the walk dressed in traditional attire. It is believed that in the earlier days, the king invited eminent people from his kingdom to his Durbar. Your guide will take you through the galleries and alleys of the royal courts and Durbar and showcase the different aspects of city. Also get to learn more about this 600 year old tradition and its significance in the cultural history of the state. Enjoy the procession route and delight in the views of the colourfully decked elephants.  Duration: 4 hours   
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