Attractions at the Palace of Gold


Overlooking the Appalachian hills and valleys, the Palace of Gold is reminiscent of an Indian kingdom. Award winning rose gardens and over one hundred water fountains are just a couple of attractions that adorn these royal pleasure gardens.
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Festivals and Events


There are a number of festivals that take place year around at the New Vrindaban community, situated next to the Palace of Gold. Plan your visit to coincide with one of these events and experience the pageantry of our colorful spiritual festivals. All are open to the public.
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Buses and Tour Groups

Consider a Group Tour

The Palace of Gold is tailor-made for group tours. It’s the perfect place for a day full of fun and wonder. Besides enjoying a discount, groups can enjoy a custom designed day of varied attractions.
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Hours and Pricing

Guests will see incredible art work in the palace based on Indian tradition - paintings, stained glass windows, chandeliers, wall and ceiling paintings. The award winning rose garden has over 100 varieties of roses and over 800 plants.

The Palace of Gold is open all year round. Guided tours are held every half hour from 10 am to 8 pm (10 am to 5pm from September to March).

Ticket prices are $8 for adults and $6 for children ages 6-18 ($6.00 per adult and $3.00 per child from September to March).

Group Tour Prices (for groups consisting of 15 or more people) are $6.00 per adult and $3.00 per child age 6-18. Escorts and tour bus drivers are complimentary.

Food & Lodging


The Palace Lodge
Accommodations in a spiritual atmosphere. Your place to stay when visiting New Vrindaban and the Palace of Gold.


Govinda's Vegetarian Restaurant
We serve vegetarian meals that delight the palate, promote good health, make the mind peaceful and elevate the consciousness.


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Become a Friend of the Palace

Please support the restoration of this exceptional building erected by the disciples of Srila Prabhupada as an offering of love.