The Arrakkal Museum is actually a section of the Arrakkal Palace. There is a parking available next to the Museum. The entrance fee is Rs 20/-. The maintenance is very bad. The items are not kept well. Nothing much to see in this museum. But if you are a Keralite and are interested in Kerala history, then this is a... 更多
It was a palace once and now protected as Arakkal museum. there are few exhibits kept there. Its worth a watch once if your interested in ancient properties and in history of kerala
It must have been a beautiful palace years ago, but now it is quite empty and the exhibition is rather poor. It's worth a look if you are a passionate of Malabar's history but it's not really worth the effort for a common visitor. Nevertheless if go there take some time to wander in the small lanes behind the museum... 更多
Arakkal Museum is all about the Arakkal family the only Muslim Royal family in Kerala.Arakkal Museum is also near Fort St. Angelos and Mappila bay. You can see some of the items like swords, pottery, paintings, sofa sets, telescope, telephones etc.. Used by Arakkal Raja’s family.. There is an entry fee of Rs.20 / - per head and camera is... 更多
This is not really of interest to non Indians. There are few exhibits and what there are could do with a good clean. Plenty of staff doing nothing!
It's a small museum located by the sea. There is a fee (about INR 20) for taking photos and Rs 10 as an entry fee for adults. Exhibits belonging to the Arakkal royal family of Kerala are displayed here. The furniture on display is exquisite. Do take a look at the old telescopes, telephones and utensils from the royal kitchen.... 更多
Lovely building and contents well displayed and interesting. Guide was good but you would be fine if on your own because most things are well labelled.
Despite the average rating the place is no.3 on my list of places to see in Kannur after St.angelo's fort and the Muzhapilangad drive in beach. It is a museum for the Arakkal royal family that ruled Kannur for almost 300 years. Very interesting...
The museum conveys the past glorious story of the Muslim dynasty in the Thalassery area, a part of the well-known Malabar region. You can watch certain artifacts, antiques, coins, old furniture and memorabilia of the Arakkal Ali Rajas. Also, there is a mosque and Art Gallery to watch. The Gallery displays the local artists' commendable works.