The Alappuzha Lighthouse is situated within the coastal town of Alappuzha, Kerala. It turned into built in 1862 and is a main visitor attraction. Visitors are allowed among 1500 hours and 1630 hours on every weekday at an admission price of 20 rupees for Indian residents and 50 rupees for foreigners. This is the first of its type in the Arabian sea coast of kerala. Alappuzha, the location where India's Alleppey Lighthouse stands, turned into one of the busiest ports and change facilities of Kerala.
Alappuzha, part of Travancore, turned into ruled by way of Rajas of Erstwhile Travancore before India's independence. After the advent of the Portuguese, Dutch and English buyers, Vizhinjam, Kollam, Travancore and Purakad were the principle ports of Erstwhile Travancore via which foreign exchange flourished. The decline of the Port of Purakkad necessitated the rehabilitation of the traders for which Alappuzha turned into decided on as a port and an infrastructure became advanced.