About the location: This European-style arcaded crescent was built by Jam Ranjitsinhji to replace Jamnagar’s worst slum. It now houses an assortment of shops and is commonly known as Darbargadh, after the now-empty royal residence across the street.
Brief History: Jam Ranjitsinhji’s idea of giving the city of Jamnagar a facelift included getting rid of the slum areas. One such place that came under the scanner was the former location of where the Willingdon Crescent now stands. It stands opposite the 16th century palace of the city.
Best time to visit: The best time to visit is between November and February.
By Road It has a robust bus service to connect to different parts of the state.
By Train 15 km away from Jamnagar railway station, Jamnagar's railway stations, Hapa (HAPA), Jamnagar (JAM), Modpur (MDPR),are well connected to cities and towns on the western railways network.
By Air Jamnagar airport is located 9 km from the city centre, Jamnagar’s Govardhanpur Airport offers connectivity by domestic air services to several major Indian towns.