Relive the glory days of Bengali aristocracy with a private tour of Raja Rajendra Mullick’s Marble Palace that was built in 1835. The Raja’s love for European design is reflected in the Neoclassical structure, complete with Corinthian columns and expansive grounds that include gardens, a lake and a menagerie. The part-private residence houses Mullick’s extensive collection of art, sculptures, Victorian furniture and more. Entrance to the palace is free but visitors need to get written permission from the West Bengal Tourism Information Bureau: 3/2, B.B.D. Bag (East), Kolkata, West Bengal 700001, India.