It has a mixture of pillars, arches and courtyards adorned with murals. The museum or the Albert Hall is located in the Ram Niwas garden. The building was constructed under the guidance of British Army officer, Lt. Swinton Jacob. Mahraja Ram singh, the then king of Jaipur wanted this to be the town hall but his successor converted this into an art museum for the city of Jaipur.
There is an interesting display of rural life of Rajasthan. The museum houses a large collection of metalwork, jewellery, textile and ivory carving. There are specimens of embossed brassware. It also ha s a good collection of pottery objects in addition to the sculpture and paintings.