Located hardly 1km from kochi fort..must visit.. history of navy esp. in southern india..used waepons.. artillery guns..medals..clay works..dont miss if u visit kochi fort..
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This is a must see for history lovers as well as those interested in knowing the evolution of Indian Navy. This museum cover almost all the history related to indian navy as well as the sea happening related to india.
Very well maintained museum located 1 km from Fort Kochi. They have exhibits of all artillery and very well explained details of the origin and current Navy system. They have a film show as well, showcasing the Indian Navy. It is a must visit place...More
Visited this place in the morning 11ish. It was pretty hot. The halls are not air conditioned and some flooring repair work is going on currently. We spent little time going through the different photos etc inside the rooms and spent more time looking at...More
expecting to see Naval history of our country was disappointed as there was hardly anything on display.......there were no one to guide you, the short film on the role of the Indian Army in one of the earlier wars was not screened citing "projector is...More
It is indeed a place must to visit, very well maintained by INS Dronacharya . However only problem is its not air conditioned, thus I found it difficult to stand because of extreme heat.Recommended if AC can be fitted :) :)
This museum is worth a visit, entry is inexpensive and the staff very helpful. Shows history of Indian Navy with various exhibits. A film shows when a large international naval event was held locally. The museum makes clever use of old munitions stores built by...More
The redeeming feature of the attraction is the interpretation provided by the person in charge. Mainly static displays and a long 20 minute video of an event at Viskakapatnam.
We enjoyed our visit to this small museum. Gerard was an excellent guide and we watched an interesting film on the 2016 International Fleet Review. Well worth a visit.