The ground floor consists of seven galleries which include the Scindia lineage, sardars, uniforms, textiles, carriages and indoor swimming pool.
It comprises of mainly period-rooms with few galleries of specific collections. In addition to 10 period-rooms, the museum has neo classical room, napoleon table room crystal furniture room, Kerman Masha’ir carpet room and Oriental art room.
The world famous Darbar Hall complex has a Banquet hall with silver toy train, tat-pat bhojan hall, billiards room and an exclusive gold-gilt darbar hall with a huge carpet and a pair of gigantic chandeliers. Few more galleries are being added to this complex in the near future.
East wing is the newly extended area of the museum. It has got two important galleries, the Tiger gallery which is open to the visitors and the Royal Kitchen gallery under making.