Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing - Visit
Chanwar Palkiwalon ki Haveli (Anokhi Haveli)
Kheri Gate, AMBER, Jaipur
Tel:- +91 - 141 2530226 / 2531267
- Tuesday - Saturday : 10:30am - 5:00pm
- Sunday : 11:00am - 4:30pm
There will be no block carving or printing demonstrations between:
1:00pm – 2:30pm Fridays
1:30pm – 2:00pm on other days.
Closed Mondays and major national & local holidays.
The museum is closed each summer between May 15st and July 15th for gallery maintenance.
For inquiries: Tel.- +91-0141-2530226 / 2531267 or Contact the Museum
Flashes and photographic lights are not permitted in the museum.
For an additional fee, video & still cameras may be used. Copyright laws restrict the reproduction of museum exhibits.
Due to the historic nature of the building, AMHP is inaccessible to wheelchairs. We offer our apologies and appreciate your understanding; admission to the ground floor is free of charge for physically challenged visitors.
Limited parking is available in front of the museum entrance and also behind Kheri Gate. See map for exact locations.
We have compiled a list of commonly asked questions.
Please contact the museum if your queries remain unanswered Contact Us
Do I need to book an appointment to visit the museum?
In season, an appointment is not necessary. However, AMHP closes every Monday and on public holidays. If you are travelling with a large group, we advise contacting the museum ahead of time in order to prepare the staff.
Are tours available? Is there a charge?
Depending upon availability, the staff is available for a complimentary tour; however, groups should book in advance if possible. Please inform the guides of any time constraints so they can customize a tour to suit your needs.
Is the shop at the museum an Anokhi shop?
The museum may carry a few items from the Anokhi shop; but, most of the stock is produced specifically for AMHP and is not found elsewhere.
Is there food available at the museum?
The Drinks Kiosk only serves hot & cold beverages in the museum forecourt. It is a serene and picturesque place to relax with a chai after a morning of sightseeing.
Is the museum easy to find?
The municipality prohibits the use of posters and signs, but there is painted signage on the street curbs and walls leading from the bazaar. The lane descending from the back entrance of the Amber Fort connects to this street leading to the museum. See Address & Directions.
Most shopkeepers will direct you, but we advise printing out the map below with a photo of the museum. Occasionally a taxi or rickshaw driver will attempt to take you to one of the local emporiums. If it doesn’t look like a 400 year old mansion, do NOT be deceived. Show him the photo again - you are not yet at your destination!