Hill Palace Museum in Ernakulam town, Kerela, India is an archaeological museum. It is the largest museum of its own type in Kerala. If you are on Kerela tour then it is not possible to skip Hill Palace Museum, if you really want to complete visit to Kerala including the rich history of its. This museum is built up in 1865 by the Rajas of Kochi. In the early days it was an administrative centre for this descent. Anyone can easily have look at the examples of the traditional Keralan architecture and style. The 49 structures formed the immense complex. Come here and take a deep dive into the huge archaeological history of Kerala by visiting some more famous archaeological museums and learn about history.
If you feel still hungry about the knowledge and not satisfied with it so you can go for Heritage Museum. In Heritage Museum you will satisfy your hunger of watching paintings, sculptures, weapons and royal artifacts etc., you will get all the details here. Except gathering information about tradition and history from these, there are some more options to roam around for example a deer park and a pre-historic park etc. The Centre for Heritage Studies which run by the Government of Kerala is also an attraction. And, do not forget to visit the medicinal properties plants which are growing in the complex.
|Entry Fee||Rs 20/-|
|Visit Duration||1 to 2 hours|
|Timings||All days of the week except Monday 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM|