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#6 of 13 Places To Visit in Alappuzha
revi karunakaran museum
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VCSB Road, Sea View Ward, Near Power House Bridge, Alappuzha, Kerala 688001, India
entry fee
per person
All days of the week except Monday
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
visit duration
Around 2 hours

about revi karunakaran museum

Collected from all over the world by a renowned industrialist Mr. Revi Karuna Karan, the precious pieces of art in  Revi Karunakaran Museum  are sure to bedazzle you. The museum was built as a tribute to Mr. Revi, a driving force for the coir industry and showcases unique works of art, crystal clusters, ivory ware and 50 timeless Tanjore paintings. Once in the museum, you'll be struck by the starkness of the place. With everything where it should be, the museum offers you a enlightening tour. Including the memoirs in the museum, there is a 200 sq. ft. mural displaying the cultural heritage of India. 

Overwhelming and awe inspiring, the mural which took 4160 hours to be built is created by using only vegetable dyes. The Kerala room is another marvel, housing 3800 pieces of art and other knick knacks. From antique furniture to porcelain to a 1946 model of Buick Super, owned by Mr. Revi's father is a major attraction. The museum is said to hold the largest collection of ivory along with a dazzling, symbolic falcon structure made up of 43164 crystal pieces. Visit this grand museum for a refreshing ride into the past, a look into the mysterious world of art and surround yourself with beauty enveloped in serenity. 

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