Cochin - Mattancherry (Dutch Palace)

Cochin - Mattancherry (Dutch Palace)

Mattancherry Dutch Palace is the finest example of the fusion of colonial influences with Kerala style of architecture. This Palace was constructed by the Portuguese with four buildings set around a quadrangle which is known as Nalukettu and was gifted to the King Veera Kerala Verma of Kochi. Later this Palace was renovated by the Dutch. Since then, it came to be known as the Dutch Palace. And now it is one among the most visited place in Mattancherry. This palace houses a small temple dedicated to the Pazhayannur Bhagavathy which is the major attraction here. Dutch Palace exhibits a brilliant collection of murals, royal furniture, sheathed swords, daggers, coins issued by the Kings of Cochin, and much more.

Best Time to Visit Entry Time Visiting Hours Entrance Fee
Mid November-February. 9:45 AM– 1 PM, 2PM – 4:45 PM, Except for Fridays. 2 to 3 Hrs. Yes

Availability of Guides :-

A trip with a travel agency to Kochi will include guides to Fort Kochi.


Handicrafts, antiques, souvenirs, etc.


Sightseeing, shopping, etc.


No adventure activities.


Relax some time at the lawns of the Palace grounds. But you need permission for this.

Famous for:-

Architecture lovers, Colonial remains, travel buffs.

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