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Palace – Durbar Hall

Krishnapuram Palace, located at Kayamkulam in Alappuzha district is a historically important monument and also famous for India's largest mural painting.The palace would easily catch the attention of its visitors, due to its traditional Kerala style of architecture.

Palace – Inside View

Collections at the museum include rare antiques, paintings, sculptures, coins, weapons, bronze artifacts and stone inscriptions.So the entire structure looks all the more charismatic and graceful. Museum holds exclusive items made of gold, bronze and copper.

Palace – Inside View

The architectural highlights of this palace include a courtyard, gabled roofs, thick-framed doors, narrow corridors and stairways, dormer windows and low roofs. It was built in the traditional style with an adjacent pond, temple and urappura.

Palace – View

The Krishnapuram Palace is named after the Krishnaswamy Temple at Krishnapuram.This palace is specially noted for its peculiar architectural style, which is a typical 'Pathinarukettu',with gabled roof, narrow corridor and dormer windows,which is converted to a museum.

Budhasthoopam

Buddha mandapam is where an attractive statue of one of the four antique Buddhas of the 10th century.The Buddha Mandapam is located in the finely landscaped and tended garden with profusion of flower plants that surrounds the palace complex.

Palace – Exhibits

Krishnapuram Palace Museum was built in the Travancore period under the rule of Anizham Thirunal Marthanda Varma in the 18th Century.As a protected monument, it houses the Archaeological Museum and its officesand also some of the rarest artifacts on display.You can also see many exhibits.

Palace – Exhibits

Krishnapuram Palace Museum can see many exhibits.The architectural highlights include an open courtyard,thick framed doors, narrow corridors and stairways, dormer windows and low roofs. As a protected monument, it houses the Archaeological Museum.

Palace – Exhibits

The palace is maintained by the Department of Archaeology and contains exhibits that belonged to the Palace and its former occupant. Ceremonial utensils are also on display,which consists of oil lamps, fine miniature figures, and small stone columns carved with serpent deities.

Palace – Exhibits

The palace complex, which now functions as an archaeological museum, is a treasure house of ancient paintings and inscriptions, coins, megalithic remains, artefacts made of wood, brass and stone sculptures. This apart you can also see many exhibits and other rare collections.