Dipped in history, God’s Own Country is also a land of some of the rustic cultures and colourful traditions. The once a major spice trading point in South-East Asia, the ports in Kerala has witnessed the influx of several dynasties and foreign armies; they have also witnessed them growing or falling down in the hands of the rivals! To name a few, this part of India was once ruled by Portuguese, Dutch, Muslim rulers, and British before it became a part of India.
Owing to such glorious past, Kerala has become a melting point of various cultures, traditions, religious faith and practices! If you are planning for a Kerala trip, and yearning to rediscover the charm and allurement of the bygone era of God’s Own Country, you must visit the various museums in Kerala and revisit history in the livelier ways. A home to past belongings, artefacts, and antiques, these museums in Kerala opens all the doors to its rich and diverse history! Visit these attractions while on a Kerala trip, revisit and rediscover the golden past of India’s ‘Spice Garden’.