Also called the Doll Museum, the Chacha Nehru Children's Museum displays a vast range of about 2000 objects including dolls, masks, and stamps. The dolls include those that portray the different regions of India, and also ones that show different foreign cultures including British, American, African, etc. The dolls range from locally available children's toys to the dolls that are used during the Indian festival of Durga Pooja. Different types of people, jobs, differences in dressing and similar details have been put on display through these exhibits. The museum also has a dedicated philately section.
This room contains most of the stamps that have been issued by the Government of India. It varies from industrial stamps to children's stamps.
Pictured here is the room where dolls associated with music and dance are displayed.
Dolls showing the different cultures and people from around the world are found here.
Trivandrum Airport: 10km
Trivandrum Bus Stop: 1km