Krishnapuram Palace: This is one of the important places of attractions located in Kayamkulam near Alappuzha. Krishnapuram Palace is one of the best examples of typical Kerala style architecture. A main attraction of among the displays at the Krishnapuram Palace is a mural depicting the story of Gajendra Moksham.
Mattancherry Palace : This is located in Mattancherry, Kochi. The Mattancherry Palace was initially built by Portuguese in the year 1557 and it was gifted to Raja Veera Kerala Varma of Kochi. The Mattancherry Palace is a quadrangular building constructed in Nalukettu style.
Padmanabhapuram Palace : This is the magnificent antique palace located at a distance of is 53 km from Thiruvananthapuram and 17 Km from Nagercoil (Tamilnadu). The Padmanabhapuram Palace is very close to the Thuckalay town in Kanyakumari district of Tamil Nadu.
ShakthanThampuran Palace: This is located in Kottayam district in Kerala state. The palace stands like a wonderful proof of the royal lavishness of the antique era. The Poonjar Palace was built by the Poonjar rulers, very old dynasty that was linked with Travancore royal family. The palace has 600 years of history.
Poonjar Palace: This is located in Thrissur city and it is situated close to the famous Vadakkumnatha Temple. The building of Sakthan Thampuran Palace features a two-storied structure as well as a traditional Kerala style Nalukettu. The palace is preserved by the Archaeological Department.
Bolghatty Palace: One of the oldest existing Palace built by the Dutch in India, Bolghatty Palace is located in the scenic island popularly known as Bolgatty island in Kochi, Kerala. In 1744 AD, Dutch traders built this villa and it was later extended, with lush green gardens landscaped around it. The building was then the Governor's palace for the Dutch and later in 1909, was leased to the British.
Kuthiramalika Palace: The 18th-century Kuthiramalika (Puthenmalika) Palace Museum, or Horse Palace, has carved rosewood ceilings and treasures of the royal family, including an ivory throne, weapons, paintings, and gifts from foreign dignitaries. Lifesize Kathakali figures stand in the dance room. Carved horses, for which the palace is named, line the eaves of an inner courtyard.
Arakkal Palace: Arakkal Palace located in Kerala serves as the residence of the royal Muslim family The palace was later converted into a museum in 2005.The Arakkal museum is a part of the palace. In 2005, the palace was converted into a museum. The Arakkal Palace is presently preserved by the Department of Archaeology and Kerala Tourism.