Situated at Tripunithura, The Hill Palace is the biggest archeological gallery in Kerala. It was worked in the year 1865 and was at one time the Imperial Administrative workplaces and authority living arrangement of the Maharaja of Cochin. Similarly as the name proposes, the gigantic royal residence is situated on a slope and has a wonderful garden. Worked in 1865, the Palace complex comprises of 49 structures in the conventional engineering style, spreading crosswise over in 54 sections of land. The complex has an archeological gallery, a legacy exhibition hall, a deer stop, a pre-notable stop and a kids' stop. The gigantic white hued structures are slick, perfect and all around kept up. The terraced yard, lakes and wellspring are ideal for open air photography. The royal residence is likewise well known for being the scenery of different motion pictures. The most well known among them is the Malayalam film Manichitrathazhu.
The tremendous royal residence complex is celebrated for being an undeniable ethnoarchaeological exhibition hall and the primary ever legacy historical center of the state. After visiting, one can see the oil works of art, paintings, models, swords, crowns, coins, compositions and different things of the Kochi illustrious family. Aside from that, antique pottery from the Far East, Kudakkallu (headstone), Thoppikkallu (hood stone), laterite commemorations, contemporary craftsmanship and wooden remembrances from antiquated civilisations like the Indus Valley and Harada are likewise kept for show here. The primary feature among the above is the Gold crown which is installed with valuable stones. The rooms in here are likewise immense, proclaiming the luxurious way of life of previous rulers and his family unit.