Gondal was the princely state ruled by Jadeja Rajput. Gondal main attractions are its palaces & buildings. The state became distinguished for its number of educational and public institutions.
The Naulakha Palace was erected around 1748 AD in the Darbargadh or walled palace complex of the rulers, and since then has been extended by successive rulers. Naulakha Palace is a festival of stone carving with jarokha balconies. The former living quarters of the palace have been converted into a private museum exhibiting textiles, brassware, royal wardrobes, and library, silver caskets that carried gifts and messages for Maharaja Bhagwat Sinhji. Guests staying at the Riverside Palace or Orchard Palace are given a guided tour of the Naulakha Palace.
This is very much interesting for car lovers. Its collection includes a 1910 New Engine, The Delage D8, Daimler, and the grand 1935 Mercedes seven-seat saloon are examples of supercharged European cars of the 1920s and '30s known for their superbly crafted bodywork and high performance. American cars in the collection include a 1935 Packard two-door convertible coupe, the 1930s Buick convertible and the 1935 Ford convertible. Imposing American cars of the 1940s and '50s include a 1941 Cadillac saloon, a 1947 Cadillac convertible, a 1947 Buick convertible, a 1947 Oldsmobile, the 1940s Studebaker convertible, the 1947 Lincoln V12, and the 1950s Cadillac Eldorado limousine. Most of cars are restored to original. This museum is open morning 0900 Hours to 1200 Hours & 1500 to 1700 Hours.
The Bhuvaneshwari Ayurvedic Pharmacy has been industrialized herbal drugs according to very old principles from the 1910s. A visit to the pharmacy is arranged for guests. The palace management can also set up arrangements with the Ayurvedic doctor at the hospital for counseling or treatments. Ayurvedic massages can also be provided in the rooms.