Hill Palace Of Tripunithura, Kochi
About Hill Palace Of Tripunithura, Kochi
Hill Palace Of Tripunithura, Kochi - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Hill Palace Rd, Karingachira, Thrippunithura, Ernakulam, Kerala 682301
Ticket Price: 30 INR
Timings: 09:00 am - 04:30 pm Details
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Museum, Palace, Family And Kids, Architecture , Archaeological Site
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Hill Palace is the largest archaeological museum in Kerala, near Tripunithura. Built in 1865, the Palace complex consists of 49 buildings in the traditional architectural style, spreading across in 54 acres (220,000 m2). The complex has an archaeological Museum, a Heritage Museum, a Deer Park, a prehistoric park and a children's park. The palace is about 14 km from Kochi and approachable by road. Definitely worth a look- see to understand the early culture of Kerala.
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Hill Palace Of Tripunithura Information
- Shoes are not allowed inside the main building and there is a counter to keep them.
- Parking fee for vehicles varies from Rs 5 for two wheelers to Rs 30 for Bus, mini Bus etc.
Hill Palace Of Tripunithura Ticket Prices
- Camera Fee: Rupees 20, Video Camera: Rupees 1500.
- Child(5-12yrs): Rs 10/-
How To reach Hill Palace Of Tripunithura by Public Transport
- Nearest Bus Stop: Hill Palace Bus Stop, Karingachira Bus Stop.
Restaurants Near Hill Palace Of Tripunithura
- Your Choice Restaurant
- Salini Restaurant
- Max Fun n Family Restaurant
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The ecosystem surrounding this Palace is quite comforting. The lush greenery and the architecture are a feast to a photographer. If you are planning to visit; there are high chances that you will miss the Terms and Conditions written behind the ticket. Those terms are - Footwear and Mobile Phones are not allowed inside the Palace. If you don't read the Terms you will end up paying it for the Cloakroom at the Entrance of the palace. Leave your valuables and footwear in the car otherwise you will definitely feel cheated. Photography is charged and it is allowed only outside the Palace. Most of the exhibits are loaned or bought from the Royal Family of Kerala. The architecture is mesmerizing. This museum reminds me of the Salary Jung Museum in Hyderabad. The exhibits are few in the Main building. Apart from the Main hall there is Artillery Gallery and the Main Palace. If you don't mind the stinky Toilets and Boys & Girls sitting at secluded spots; do give it a go.
Very good pieces of Kerala history, kept really poorly. Wish it was maintained better. Place in itself is awesome with it's switchbacked road entrance and grand facade.
This is the palace shown in the movie Manichithrarhazhe. Parking areas are provided for both heavy and light vehicles. There is an entry fee and parking fee. Cameras are not allowed inside the museum, but one can click pictures outside. The dear Park is behind the palace. The palace pond is not well maintained. There is a nursery inside the property.
showed royal side of Kochi it is an old palace of the kings and not really projected by travel agents. it is Located at the top of the hill, it is a little bit difficult to elder people to reach there since no vehicles allowed to go to the top. Everybody have to park their vehicles on the parking ground beside the ticketing office. The palace is in reasonable shape, and it is interesting to walk through the series of rooms and imagine the daily life that existed there into the 20th century. Guide told me elevator in the palace was first of its kind in India. Do take the time to walk around the gardens, which has some very attractive flowers, including stunning bougainvilleas. There is a quiet area behind the palace, with a shady tree, beneath which you could picnic. Large bags are not permitted in the palace, and the no photography rule inside is strictly enforced. definitely worth a visit
It's a historic centered place in kerala. It have significant place in kerala history. And this is a palace which will give the treasures and values which it is all in Hill palace. We can see those King's lifestyle and what all they have used and left out and the pictures and other valuable things like crown, diamonds and all. It's really worth to visit this place. In your lifetime you should really knock it down.