Archaeological Museum, Chottanikkara
Mattancherry Palace (Dutch Palace)
"The Parishath Thampuran Museum is located in the actual building that once served as the Durbar Hall where the Rajas of Cochin once conducted their durbars there. This museum was built in the traditional Kerala architectural style. This particular museum contains collections of 19th century oil paintings, sculptures, old coins, exhibits from the Cochin Royal family ,and Mughul paintings. \nEvery one of these items is worth witnessing in its own right and tourists from all over the country come here to get a glimpse into the rich and cultural history of those eras."
Parishath Thampuran Museum
Chottanikkara Bhagavathy Temple
"The Kaduthuruthy temple, also known as Thali temple, is one of the three famous Shiva temples in Kerala. The temple is placed at the backdrop of the scenic Vembanad Lake & perched atop a small hill. The Shiva idol is believed to be installed by Kharasura (Khara demon) and is one of the three idols he worshipped. \nThe Sivalinga in this temple is placed facing East. The sanctum and the portico of the temple have many wood carvings depicting the story of Lord Shiva. The mythological story 'Karthaveerarjuneeyam' has been depicted in carvings which stands testimony of the architectural elegance of medieval Kerala. The idols of Ganapathy, Durga and Sastha are also placed in small shrines around the temple."
Kaduthuruthy Shiva Temple, Chottanikkara
St Francis Church