Darbar Gadh the old royal residence Jamnagar Gujarat. Darbar Gadh built in 1540 but extended over the years as can be seen by the mix of architectural styles, also representing the fusion between Rajasthani and European elements.There is a statue of Jam Ranjitsinghjee at the middle of the crescent. The market is in front of Darbargadh. Willingdon crescent is a two storied. Arcade with the semi-circular arches at both levels and decorative stone pillars.Jamsinghjee developed a new part of city on European town planning principles under the guidance of Sir Edward Lustiness architect of New Delhi.
Road: State transport buses and private luxury coaches connect Jamnagar with various centres of Gujarat. If you’re coming from Rajkot on bus, the bus passes right through town before reaching the bus station, so you can ask to be let off at Bedi Gate
Nearest Railway station : . There are daily trains on the Western Railway with direct connections to Ahmedabad.
Nearest air port: There is an airport 10 km from town, so it’s a relatively inexpensive rickshaw or taxi ride. Various domestic airlines connect Jamnagar to Mumbai.