Darbar Hall Museum is a major attraction in Junagadh. The Durbar Hall originally belonged to the Nawab of Junagadh. Historical art effacts of that time can be seen in this hall that is segmented into sections like palanquins, arms gallery, picture gallery, textile gallery and the Kacheri. Visitors can also see various thrones, weapons, howdahs, costumes, armours, tapestries and chandeliers, silver articles, gowns, cushions and carpets and several other things. The carpet is famous especially because it was woven in jail.
The Durbar Hall and Museum has an interesting collection of weapons, thrones, silver articles, costumes, paintings, tapestries, and palanquins on display. It is situated in the old Palace of Nawab (Rang Mahel) near Diwan Chowk.