Laxmangarh Fort is not open to public. It can viewed only from outside.
However, if you are an history buff and interested in fort architecture, then proceed!
Built in the early 19th century by the valiant Raja Laxman Singh of Sikar, this fort was built for protection during a time of war and stands proudly on the top of a hill, keeping watch over the well-laid out township. And let’s just say, it’s pretty hard to miss. This massive fort, towering over the city, will leave you in awe and wondering how they managed to construct such a magnificent structure in the early 19th century.
The fort is now owned by the Jhunjhunwala family, who bought it from the descendants of Rao Laxman Singh in the 1960s. Unfortunately, the fort is not open to the public, but don’t let that discourage you. You can still get a glimpse of the beauty of this fort by climbing up the ramp to a temple that is open to the public and catch a stunning view of the city from above.
Laxmangarh Fort may be the newest fort in Rajasthan, but it is no less impressive than its older counterparts. If you’re a history buff or just looking for a breathtaking view, this fort is definitely worth a visit. Trust us, the 30 km trip from Sikar will be well worth it.”