Diu Museum Overview
St. Thomas Church is a modest white-walled building which is decaying. The church was built in 1598 and was later converted into a museum. A well-decorated path and fountains give the museum that lovely appeal, making it one of the places to visit in Diu.

The museum houses several stone inscriptions made by rulers, a collection of 16th-century wooden saints among other statues of saints and sculptures are on display. Furthermore, 400 year old wooden and marble statues of St. Thomas and St. Benedict is the vision to behold. The gothic-style architecture of the church is stunning with the walls still bearing Poutgese time frescos on them. The museum is irradiated by coloured lights at night, which makes the establishment even more attractive.

Location- Near St. Paul Church, Diu, Daman and Diu 362520

Price- No entry fee

Timing- 9 AM - 7 PM

Best Time to Visit - October - February
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