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#7 of 41 Places To Visit in Cochin
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address
Hill Palace Road, Karingachira, Thrippunithura, Ernakulam, Kerala 682301, India
contact
+91-484-2781113
entry fee
10
per person for adult
5
per person for children
timings
All days of the week except Monday
9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
2:00 PM - 4:30 PM

about hill palace museum

Hill Palace Museum should not be left out if you want your visit to Kerala to be a complete experience of all its aspects, including its rich history. Built by the Rajas of Kochi in 1865, it was once the administrative centre for this dynasty. You will see an example of the traditional Keralan architectural style in the 49 structures, which form the huge complex. Take a deep plunge into the vast archaeological history of Kerala with a visit to the famous archaeological museum. Explore and grasp whatever knowledge Hill Palace Museum provides. If your interest in history is not yet satisfied, a trip to the heritage museum will somewhat fulfill your hunger for information, related to Kerala. From paintings and sculptures to weapons and royal artifacts, you will find it all here. Apart from these, you will have the opportunity to roam around a deer park and a pre-historic park. There is also the Centre for Heritage Studies, run by the Government of Kerala. And, do check out the plants growing in the complex; most of these have medicinal properties.

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4 Hill Palace Museum reviews
Varun Venugopal
Varun Venugopal
Photography
Sep 11 2016
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 th ...... read more
Supriya Sehgal
Supriya Sehgal
For history lovers only
Oct 20 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 cl ...... read more
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