The museum is dedicated to Folk art, Tribal art, Traditional art,
Anthropology, Architecture, History, Culture, and Heritage of South India. The
museum is promoted by Mrs. & Mr George Thaliath and aims to preserve, the
culture, heritage and folk art education of Kerala.
It is a storehouse of lost
pride of the southern part of India which consists of some rare artefacts like
Sri Guruvayurappan, watercolour on paper, Lord Brahma and Goddess Saraswathi
marriage, oil on canvas, Kindi, a type of a pitcher usually found in old houses
and many other precious treasures.
62 artists worked on wood for almost 8 years
burning the midnight oil to create this temple for artisans. A must visit place
for tourists, students, researchers and also for anthropological studies.
Location: Near 2059C No 26 Pandit Karuppan
Road, Thevara Ferry Road, Junction, Kochi.
Timings: 9.00 am to 6.00 pm everyday.
Fees: Rs. 50/- for students and Rs. 100/- for adults.