Museum has 3 different architectural designs, wooden stair case looks classy. Full of historic wooden statues and artifacts. Entry fees is very nominal.
About Kerala Folklore Museum
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located just off the kundanoor bridge on the road going to thevara ferry , easily accesible , and gives a intro to the traditions , parking is an issue will have to find place near keys
Good one ,but you need at least 2 Hours to look around . Museum closed sharp at 6 pm. Very old Artifacts ,Entry fees is INR 100
It is strictly not a Kerala museum because the collections span all of southern India. However, it is an impressive building that has been constructed of period architectural elements. The exhibits are crammed together and it is hard to do justice to all that is...More
While the presentation is a little dated, this museum has a good overview of the multicultural religious history of Kerala with objects from Islamic, Christian and Hindu traditions. The 3rd floor has an incredible ceiling with an large array of paintings depicting everyday life.
As a historian I was excited to see this place but all my excitement soon disappeared after entering . I request all if you extra time like 2-3 days from your trip then only visit this place First of all it's a private collector's Museum...More
It was an excellent museum with a small gift shop for those interested in getting some local crafts and artworks. Display is well organised and staff are very well informed to provide a historical backgrounds of antiques and artworks.
Lots of interesting artifacts here, signage is often missing or incomplete, but even despite this, the objects are fascinating. Collection is clearly well cared for. Our two kids (ages 11 and 13) loved it.