Location : Town Hall Road, Thrissur
Main Attractions : Ancient relics, life size sculptures of national heroes
The Thrissur Archaeological Museum is an architectural wonder and is located at the Town Hall road. The Trichur Archaeological Museum, Kerala is famous for its collection of murals and relics from almost entire Kerala. The museum also has big life-size statues of famous and eminent personalities of the past. The museum also has models of ancient temples, monuments, etc. An interesting collection amongst the many artifacts is the "olagrandhangal", which are basically manuscripts written on dry palm leaves. These fragile manuscripts have been preserved till date with much care and worth a see. Most of the artifacts of this museum were recovered from the dense forests of Thrissur and Wayanad district of Kerala.
How to Reach
By Air : The nearest airport is the Cochin International Airport, which is located at a distance of 57 kilometers.
By Rail : The Trichur railway station is around 2 kilometers from this museum.
By Road : The museum is easily accessible by roads as Trichur is well connected by a wide network of motorable roads.