It is exciting to visit the Indo-Portuguese Museum in Kochi because it is a fusion of both Indian and Portuguese culture. Located in the Fort Kochi area, this museum was built by Joseph Urethra, a former Bishop of the city. It has five wings that exhibit Altar of furniture, Cathedral, Procession, Treasure and Civil Life. There are some must-see valuable artifacts in this museum such as Indo-Portuguese Monstrance, Processional Cross made of silver and Coat of Arms of the Francis.
Entry for Indian is Rs. 10 while foreigners need to pay Rs.25. However, entry is absolutely free for those who visit this museum on the first Thursday of the month.
Indo-Portuguese Museum is open from 10 am to 5 pm but it remain closed on Mondays and public holidays.