Visit Wayanad Heritage Museum and witness the largest artefacts collection that can't be seen anywhere else in Kerala. Here on display are vulnerable things that depict about Kerala history, culture and how far the state has improved in terms of technology and infrastructure. The museum is controlled and managed by the District Tourism Promotion Council and here one can see artefacts dating back to the 2nd century.
Inside the Wayanad Heritage Museum, antiques are displayed in four broad categories - Veerasmruthi, Gothrasmruthi, Devasmruthi and Jeevanasmruthi. In the Veerasmruthi section, tourists can see different types of the pictorial rock edicts known as Veerakkallu or Hero Stones. In the Gothrasmruthi and Jeevansmruthi, there are artefacts related to tribal life like jewellery, hunting and fishing weapons, cowbells, farming implements and musical instruments. Items displayed in Devasmruthi block are an eye candy for the scholars and academicians. In Devasmruthi, tourists can see terracotta figures; antiques related to Malabar region, stone idols and local craft work. There is multi-media theatre as well in the museum that displays documentaries and docudrama related to the museum.
Ambalavayal, Wayanad district, Kerala, 673593, India
09:00 AM to 05:00 PM, Open all days
Headgear, Weapon, Hard Stones, Items Ranging From The Neotholic Age To The 17th Century, Artifices Made By Normal Tribal Life Like Jewellery, Fishing Equipments, Hunting Instruments, 14th To 16th Century Sculptures, Potteries Of Megalithic Age, Clay Sculptures And Other Interesting Artefacts. Idols Made Of Hard and Soft Rocks, Stone Idol of 10th Century, and Terracotta Figures.