From the Gopal Bhavan, one can have a good view of the char-bagh. Inside the fort is a palace haveli. These can still be seen as they were when used; in one room, there is a raised elliptical dining table, while at the back there is a dining room in the western style. Approaching the town, one can see the battlements of the fort built by Surajmal. These can be seen all around the garden area. In , the reign of Jats ended following their defeat in the hands of the imperial Mughal army under Mirza Nazaf Khan. Other parts of this building also appear to have been taken from other Mughal residences. The forecourt was added later and for many years served as a prison. On either side of the Suraj Bhawan are two detached pavilions, Sawan and Bhadon, which are designed to look like pleasure barges.