reviews about Hill Palace Museum

Varun Venugopal
Varun Venugopal
Photography
11 Sep 2016
trichur
Hill palace museum is fantastic. But prohibition of Photography inside is really a discouraging factor to avoid the museum.I strongly feel that the archaeological department does not trust visitors coming there.Photography should be allowed inside the museum.
Supriya Sehgal
Supriya Sehgal
For history lovers only
20 Oct 2014
The Tripunithura Museum lies on a low hill on the outskirts of Ernakulam in the suburban area of Tripunithura, the erstwhile administrative capital of the region. It is also known as the ‘town of the Vedas’. One needs to make the short climb to the old, weathered 1865 house of the Cochin royal family. This now houses relics in the form of fourteen exhibits; ornaments, sculptures, artifacts, coins and weapons make for the key highlights.  One has to enter barefoot into the museum. It is best to avoid Sundays as the place is bustling with locals and school groups, making the queues extremely long and arduous.
Hareesh Kumar
Hareesh Kumar
A good historical Museum
22 Jun 2014
Its located at Thripunithura, 12 km southeast of kochi. It was the former residence of the Kochi royal family and is an impressive 49 building palace complex. it houses the collections of the royal families, as well as 19th century oil paintings, old coins, sculptures and temple models. Its open on all days except monday and there is an admission fee of Rs.20 per head
Vineeth Nair
Vineeth Nair
An actual remain of the past
18 Jun 2014
Extremely Old castle and prior habitation of Kochi Royal family, implicit 1865. It is changed over as exhibition hall with parcel of obsolescent things. It has got Jewelleries, Weapons, Vehicles and part more kept for viewers. It is not in the least kept up and ought to have been taken mind in better way. Must watch and invested time.
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