The museum is dedicated to one of the greatest poets in Kerala, Vallathol Narayana Menon. It is 2,8 Km far from the town and was his old place of stay. Apart from his artefacts, the museum also showcases his arts, his paintings and other belongings that are culturally and historically significant.
Distanced at 3.5 km from the main to, it is one of the greatest schools of performing arts and dance in India. Founded by Vallathol Narayana Menon, the school was formed to overcome the cultural extinction of three dance forms of the state, Mohiniyattam, Kudiyattam and Kathakali in 1927.
The second longest river in the state with a measurement of 209 km, this river flows vigorously through the town connecting Shornur and 4.2 km from the town. It has a large number of tributaries joining the Cauvery river.
The second largest dam in Kerala is located at just 56.3 Km from the town in the nearby district of Palakkad. Completed its construction in1949, it also is deemed to be a combination of both an earthen dam and a masonry dam.
The dam with a span of 792.4 km, is the biggest clay dam in Kerala. Apart from the scenic beauty of the waters, the dam also has a number of small parks nearby to visit and picnic with your family. One can also enjoy boating on the waters.
If you travel 15 Km from the town, you will come across the most well-known traditional houses. It is not only known for its great structural features but has been the location for many Malayalam movies like Devasuram, Rapakkal and Aaram Thampuran.
Now to enjoy a musical fountain dance, you don't have to go to Karnataka, just travel 16 km from the town. Not only is the display magnificent it also has a number of food stalls where you can spend your time.
Thrissur is known for its temples and Cheruthuruthy is no different. One of the popular Hindu temples is Uthrallikavu dedicated to the goddess Parvathy rested among the fields and highlands. The temple is known for its annual Pooram and the fireworks it.