Hill Palace Museum is situated 12 km away from Eranakulam on the Eranakulam Chotanikkara route. Different types of sculptures, collection of rare coins, old weapons, manuscripts in ancient lipis and collection from Cochin Royal Family are exhibited here. Horse riding facility is also available. The Parishith Thampuran Museum situated at the Durbar Hall Ground together with its collection were transferred to Hill Palace Museum in 1997. Hill Palace Museum This is situated on the Ernakulam Chottanikkara route 12 kms away from Ernakulam. In this largest archeological museum of Kerala, different types of sculptures, collection of rare coins, old weapons and collections from the Cochin Royal Family are exhibited. Museum of Kerala History 8 kms away from Ernakulam situated at Edappally, this museum is a treasure house of important scenes of Kerala history from Neolithic age to Modern age. Apart from this, various famous paintings are also exhibited here. Archeological Museum (Trissur) Several relics and heirlooms of archeological importance are protected in this museum which is situated beside the Town Hall road. Art Museum (Trissur) The art museum at Thrissur is a treat for the connoisseur of art. Good collection of woodcarvings, metal sculptures and ancient jewellery are preserved here. Pazhassi Raja Museum The Pazhassi Raja Museum located in the midst of Kozhikode town has a huge collection of mural paintings, old coins and miniature form of temples. In the art gallery close to the Pazhassi Raja Museum, most of the paintings are those of Raja Ravivarma. Timings: 9.00 hrs to 12.30 hrs. and 14.00 hrs to 16.30 hrs.Closed on Monday and National holidays. Admission: Rs. 10/- per adult & Rs. 5/- per Child. Camera Rs. 20/- Video Camera Rs. 1000/- for photography.
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