Rani Mangammal Museum or Government Museum has situated at the Tiruchirappalli city. In this gallery, uncommon statues of Gautama Buddha, Mahavira, and Lord Vishnu have shown. Besides, it holds fossil, ancient mega lithic instruments, Pale lithic devices and Neo lithic devices.
Aside from this, engravings and palm leaf original copies have shown. Moreover, gathering of creepy crawlies, winged animals, well evolved creatures likewise set in this gallery. Rani Mangamma Mahal was worked by Chokkanatha Nayak, the then leader of Madurai. It was otherwise called the Durbar Hall of the Madurai Nayaks when Tiruchirapally was their capital, from 1616 to 1634 and later from 1665 to 1731.