In the outskirt of the region, there is a palace - Roop Niwas Palace, the erstwhile residence of the Thakurs. The palace now converted to a heritage hotel is itself a tourist attraction in Nawalgarh.
At the west of the fort, there is a cluster of havelis, which are known as Aath Havelis ('aath' implying eight in number). The frescoes and murals here display a transition period in the traditional painting with the European influence.
Many of the paintings here have been disfigured by modernity though. Conservation processes are still on to retain these invaluable treasures of a rich heritage.
Some notable havelis like Muraraka Haveli, Hem Raj Kulwal Haveli, Morarka Haveli are some of the major tourist attractions in Nawalgarh.
Last Updated on : October 01, 2013