Ambalavayal Museum is the archaeological museum located in Wayanad district in State of Kerala, India. Ambalavayal Museum is also known as Wayanad Heritage Museum. The Ambukuthi hill is another landmark for those who want to visit this beautifully preserved museum.It has one of the largest collections of the remnants of an era dating back to the 2nd century A.D in Kerala.It is managed by the District Tourism Promotion Council.Most Attraction of the Museum is to rare 2nd century artifacts. Another remarkable feature of Ambalavayal Heritage Museum is a series of stone and rock engravings, known as Hero Stones, depicting the lives and feats of ancient warriors. The articles are fascinating for the historian, the archaeologist and the common folk alike.
Visiting Hours: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
At the museum you can find the items such as clay sculptures, ancient hunting equipments like bows and arrows, stone weapons and other curios.The museum brings to life centuries-old traditions and heritage.The Museum is situated near Ambukuthi hill region which has belongings and artifacts from different tribes of land.The Museum displays tribal relics and artifacts.There are four section of the Museum such as- the Verasmruthi, the Gothrasmruthi, the Devasmruthi, and the Jeevanasmruthi. The museum is highly popular amongst tourists as it is easily accessible throughout the day.
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How to Reach Ambalavayal Museum
Railway station – The Kozhikode railway station is around 97 kilometers from from Sulthan Bathery.
Airport – Kozhikode Airport is the nearest airport about 120 km from Sulthan Bathery.
Road – Sulthan Bathery nearest town is about 98 km from Kozhikode city.There are frequent bus services between Sulthan Bathery and Kozhikode.