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It is a two story wooden floor building converted into a mesum. It has few paintings, utensils furniture, telephone, musical instruments, oil lamps of that era on display. You will not miss much if you don't visit this place.
This museum is owned by the muslim royal family of the malabar region. It is located bang on the main road a short distance from the St Angelos fort, having done the fort visit u can venture just a short distance from the district hospital...More
The museum is good with lot of collection of the artifacts / things / weapons / ancient furniture of the Arakkal family. They have writings which has well defined history of the family. It is well maintained and has a good number of beautiful paintings....More
Nice Place to see and know the history of Kerala and how small rulers took big decision and which changed the picture of kerala.
In front of Museum on diagonally opposite side you will find small cool drink shop of MilIMA.They make excellent Coconut Juice,...More
The places provides insight into the only Muslim royal family in Kerala and early days of Malabar. The museum, a part of the royal palace, displays many original historical documents and paintings. Easily accessible and well preserved monument.
The Arrakkal Museum is a museum dedicated to the Arakkal family, the only Muslim royal family in Kerala, South India. The museum is actually a section of the Arakkalkettu(Arakkal Royal Palace). The durbar hall section of the palace has been converted into a museum by...More
The Museum is a small one with interesting articles of Rulers of Malabar , Cultural Heritage . Paintings are good . They could have added more space to accommodate some articles. Nevertheless , its worth a watch in Kannur.