in Kerala, India
The state of Kerala
is known for its picturesque natural beauty, resplendent beaches
and a strong inclination towards culture and religion. Each of Kerala's
cities have their own distinctive features and attractions. In addition,
Kerala is also known for its numerous Museums which celebrate Kerala's
art and cultural past.
take a look at some Museums in cities of Kerala -
Science and Technology Museum, Thiruvananthapuram
The KERALA STATE
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MUSEUM & PRIYADARSINI PLANETARIUM
in Kerala has been established by the Government of Kerala with
an aim of promoting science and technology. The museum has 9 galleries
which includes Electrical Gallery, Electronics Gallery, Popular
Science Gallery, Mathematical Gallery, Mechanical Gallery, Automobile
gallery, Biomedical Gallery, Computer Gallery, Solar Energy Gallery,
Others Attractions. Some of the facilities offered here include
Telescopes, Library, Ampitheatre, etc. Regular science related shows
are also held to acquaint tourists and visitors with the concepts
of science. The Science and Technology Museum is also home to the
famous Priyadarsini Planetarium which concepts of astrology,
etc are on display.
and Technology Museum,
KERALA STATE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY MUSEUM & PRIYADARSINI PLANETARIUM
Vikasbhavan P.O, Thiruvananthapuram - 33
more information, visit: www.kstmuseum.com/index.php/home
Napier Museum, Thiruvananthapuram
The Napier Museum
in Thiruvananthapuram is a famous 19th century Museum of Kerala
which displays the culture and heritage of Kerala. Here you will
find on display beautiful costumes, ornaments and rare idols, etc.
The model of "Tharawad" is also a major attraction.
Museum & Art Gallery,
Napier Museum Compound, near Zoological Park
Hill Palace Museum, Kerala
The Hill Palace
Museum is Kerala's largest Archaeological Museum situated at
Tripunithura, 12km southeast of Ernakulam. What was once the official
residence of the Kochi Royal family is now one of the most impressive
museum complex and heritage museum which includes several interesting
paintings, sculptures, as well as old coins, etc.
12km southeast of Ernakulam, Kerala
Kuthiramalika Palace Museum, Thiruvananthapuram
Palace Museum, Thiruvananthapuram was built by the King of Travancore.
It is a perfect example of exquisite and detailed Travancore style
architecture, prevalent during those times. Today, on visiting the
museum, you will be able to see on display several paintings, ornaments
and artifacts of the royal family who lived here.
Kuthiramalika Palace Museum,
Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple,
East Fort, Thiruvananthapuram
& Art Gallery, Kozikhode
Museum & Art Gallery, Kozikhode has on display a large number
of items including earthenware, old coints, etc and is located at
a distance of 5 kms from Kozhikode. The art gallery close by offers
a glimpse of the life of Raja Ravi Varma.
Museum & Art Gallery,
5 kms from
Museum of Kerala History, Erunakulam
visit to the Museum of Kerala History in Erunakulam will
give you a glimpse of the history of this region dating back to
2000 years. The sound and light show which takes place here is a
of Kerala History
Ernakulam, Kerala 680024, India
Sree Chitra Art Gallery, Thiruvananthapuram
Chitra Art Gallery displays contemporary Indian Art and paintings
by Raja Ravi Varma. In addition, here you will find murals and Chinese,
Japanese and Persian art.
Chitra Art Gallery,
near Napier Museum,
Maritime Museum gives us a glimpse of the history and evolution
of Indian Navy.
road, South of St. Francis Church,
some of the other museums in Kerala are Chacha Nehru Children's
Museum, Tea Museum, Munnar, etc.
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