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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About Hill Palace Of Tripunithura, Kochi
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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Hill Palace Of Tripunithura, Kochi Reviews
An archaeological museum. The King of Cochin had his administrative and residential area here. Popular for International tourists. The visit takes us into a world of surprise where we will truly get astonished by the set up the ancients kings had. Pls be aware that serious security checks are implemented for protection of the museum. You can see a deer park and also spaces to sit and relax after a long walk through the museum.
A must visit place for archeology, history and monument lovers... make sure to finish your activities before 5 pm. The museum staffs were very polite and informative about the museum and history.. sandals and your belongings are not allowed inside.. cloak room are provided by the museum staffs...they were quick and calm in their behaviour
We have to do lot of things to protect this museum. Lot of land is there. but not taking care properly, they are wasting government money. staffs are not energetic. need to protect ponds also. We are vey sad to see the today's situation of deer park. they are starving. If we are using current land and ponds properly and planned we can supply enough food to them
Its an archaeological museum. It can be a weekend destination. You can enjoy the alluring beauty of a palace here. And also you will be delighted as u see deers in the backside of the palace. This palace is one of the favourite locations of film industry. Have to see once, its a good place to hangout.
one of the famous museum and proud monument for tripunithura. it is situated in irumpanam and you could spend half a day over there and your children could know more facts about our place. it is the best place for exploring. even old people could visit because they wheel chairs provided. if they have walking sticks they climb the stair cases. but the museum is strict about touching those monuments because if they break one of them they have to pay serious amount to the museum. there will be cameras and security guards so if unknowingly if your children took one small piece of something they will be caught and boycotted. there will be canteen provided inside the museum but outside food will not be accepted inside the museum. the museum has a great infrastructure and have various blocks to explore. there are thing which you could touch and there will be things for displaying and sometimes shows will be there. tourists will be provided with tour guide if needed. the entry fee is cheap but with tour guide it may increase to 10-20 rupees. but apart from this museum is maintained and is comparatively cheap. the museum consumes a big vast area and there are visual representations