Thursday, July 2, 2020
Kerala

Tourism

Thrissur


Thrissur with its rich history, cultural heritage and archeological wealth is called the cultural capital of Kerala. Thrissur is the  west end of Palakkad gap through the low pass, between Nilgiri and Palani hills. Thus it has been a most important place in Peninsular India since Pre -Roman times. It is world famous for its Annual Pooram festival. A cultural centre, the Kerala Sahitya Academy and Kerala Sangeetha Academy are located here. Best time to visit the city of  Thrissur is September to March.

image    Tourist Attractions
» Kerala Kalamandalam » Thrissur Town Hall » Vilangan Kunnu
 
image   Churches
» Koratty Muthy Church » Marthoma Pontifical Shrine » Our Lady of Lourdes Metropolitan Cathedral
» Palayur Church » Shrine Basilica of Our lady of Dolours » St.Thomas Church, Aranattukara
 
image   Cultural Centers
» Government College of Fine Arts » Kerala Lalithakala Academy » Kerala Sahithya Academy
» Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Academy » School of Drama
 
image   Dams, Lakes, Beaches and Waterfalls
» Anakkayam » Athirappilly » Chavakkad Beach
» Dream World Water Park » Nattika Beach » Peechi Dam
» Silver Storm Water Theme Park » Vatanappally Beach » Vazhachal
 
image   Fairs, Festivals and Events
» Arattupuzha Pooram » Guruvayur Aanayottam » Koodalmanikyam Utsavam
» Pulikkali » Thrissur Pooram
 
image   Forts, Palaces, Monuments and Museums
» Kerala State Museum » Punnathoor Kotta » Shakthan Thampuran Palace
 
image   Mosques
» Cheraman Juma Masjid
 
image   Parks, Gardens and Zoos
» Kauthuka Park » Peechi Wildlife Sanctuary » Thrissur Zoo
 
image   Temples
» Arattupuzha Temple » Guruvayur Temple » Koodalmanikyam Temple
» Thriprayar Temple » Vadakkunnathan Temple