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If you are in Fort Kochi, this is one place that should not be missed.
A small, well maintained and informative. A nominal entry fee for an ocean of information. Do not go without the guide Mr. Ronald, who is ex-Navy service man with tons...More
We went to the Maritime museum on 28th September and we were greeted by Mr. Roland (not an ex-serviceman). He dilligently explained everythign about the museum. The fact that its made out of bunkers made by British (out of jaggery and cashewnuts and all) and...More
Towards are return journey from Kochi, we decided to spend few hours in Fort Kochi that was about mid-way between Kumarakom and Cochin Airport. There was small entry fees for kids (20rs) and adults (40Rs). Just outside the entrance gate, there was adequate parking space....More
I am glad I went to see this museum. It is a little out of the way, but it was nice to see the history of the Indian Navy. In the second building that you will visit there are even several films that show you...More
Reaching there: The Museum is about 10 minutes walk from Fort Kochi beach.
Pathemar is one of the four types of boats / ships made in Kozhikode. Marathas had a strong Naval force. The word Navigation is from Sanskrit. An anti aircraft gun can have...More
Maritime history and what an elite and professional manner in which it is shown
it's a treat to be at this place. Methodically laid out each exhibit is tagged and tells its story. The care authorities have taken is evident. one can spend hours at...More