Pazhassiraja Museum is a beautiful museum, located at a distance of 5 kms from Kozhikode and is named after Pazhassiraja Kerala Verma, who is famous for introducing guerilla warfare in Wayanad hills. The Museum building was commissioned in the year 1812 and was known by the name of the East Hill Bungalow. Later this bungalow was converted into an archaeological museum in 1976. The museum preserves and showcases various items like Burial urns, ancient pottery and stone. The museum also showcases a wide collection of war weapons that were used by the British soldiers in the erstwhile years. Other major highlight of this museum is that it showcases the Panchaloha idols and stone statues described as ‘War heroes'.