Aloyseum is located at St Aloysius College Road Hampankatta, Kodailbail, Mangalore, Karnataka 575003, India, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Aloyseum and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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macedonboy .

4 Google Rating

The Aloyseum is a small museum that's part of the St Aloysius Chapel and educational complex. The mu

4/ 5

The Aloyseum is a small museum that's part of the St Aloysius Chapel and educational complex. The museum has an eclectic mix of items of religious art, culture, history, natural history and more. The items in the museum are high quality, especially the collection of animal skeletons. The downside is that only a few of the exhibits have any labels and descriptions, so the whole place just feels like a items collected together, albeit all good quality. The price of entry is basically pocket change, so +1 for that. Fine if combined with a visit to St Aloysius Chapel, but otherwise don't go out of the way to see it.

Tushar Mahalle

5 Google Rating

This is small museum. Only one floor. Artifacts from various parts of world are very well preserved

5/ 5

This is small museum. Only one floor. Artifacts from various parts of world are very well preserved here. Animal skeleton and weapons are main attraction. It's tour can be completed in maximum 1hour.

Deepu Vijayasenan

4 Google Rating

They have a set of skeletons including that of a whale... It is a small place; but has many impres

4/ 5

They have a set of skeletons including that of a whale... It is a small place; but has many impressive things.. depending on your interests you could spend quote some time there

Godwin D'souza

5 Google Rating

One the best painted churches in the world and only two this kind exist.

5/ 5

One the best painted churches in the world and only two this kind exist.

Pramila Monteiro

5 Google Rating

It is Mangalore's famous museum people from foreign countries visit this museum it has very ancient

5/ 5

It is Mangalore's famous museum people from foreign countries visit this museum it has very ancient collection of statue's etc some things are covered with glass it has Mangalore's first car model and tippu sultans cannon there are so many things to watch out for photography is prohibited in this museum people come here and enjoy it needs minimum 1 hour

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