Found only a kilometer east of the KSRTC transport stand, Shreemanthi Bai Memorial Government Museum moniker Bejai Museum houses an assortment of relics. Built up in 1960, the historical center shows wooden carvings of divinities, for example, Bhairava and Hanuman, stone figures going back as ahead of schedule as 13C, porcelain and an extraordinary bronze chime with a smaller than usual Lakshmi holy place. It likewise contains materials of craftsmanship, antiquarianism, ethnology, palm leaf photos, paper artistic creations, original copies, models, oil depictions, metal protests and paper compositions. The exhibition hall is available to open from 9 am to 5 pm with the exception of on Mondays and second and fourth Saturdays of consistently. Photography isn't permitted inside the exhibition hall.