Shivappanaika Palace Museum

Why?
  • Lies on the banks of River Tunga, a popular attraction.
  • Was established by Shivappa Naik of Keladi during 16th century.
  • Entirely built of rose wood.
  • Has a collection of stone carvings and antiquities of the Keladi period.
  • Witness the relic of bygone era in a museum that resides inside the palace.
  • Showcases beautiful stone carving and other belongings of the period.
  • Located adjacent to Kote Seeta-Rama Temple.
Location
  • 4 km from Shimoga Bus Station
Timing
  • 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Restaurants nearby
  • Local eateries available
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