Alleppey Sea Bridge:- 137 year old sea bridge as a pier in ruin is a historic attraction at Alleppey Beach that unravels the maritime history of this ancient town.
Houseboat Cruise:- The house boat cruise and boat races are main tourist attractions here. Boat cruise along the backwaters is an experience through uninterrupted views of the local life style, toddy tapping and fishing for small fry, coir making and prawn farming. Intercity boat travel is also available through pristine backwaters.
Alleppey Light House:- An equally old light house at the beach is greatly fascinating and one can have a climb over the structure to have an Arial view of the pristine natural beauty of the whole township.
Revi Karunakaran Memorial Museum:- A latest attraction to this town- features arts and artifacts collected by family of Revi Karunakaran, a local businessman over three generations and features unique artifacts from all over the world.
Mullakkal Rajarajeswari Temple:-Situated in the heart of the busy Alleppey town, is one of the most popular temples of Kerala. It is structured in old Kerala architectural style. The temple is a unique temple with no roof over the sanctum sanctorum and the diety is exposed to sun and rain.The temple celebrates two festivals every year. The nine-day ‘Navarathri’ festival in October is especially important. Colourful processions participated by nine elephants are held in the evening. It is witnessed by thousands of devotees. Another important festival is during December is known as “Mullakkal Chirappu”, the whole town will be full of lights and decoration and the last ten days is the busiest days of the town.
Krishnapuram Palace:- It is one of the finest and rarest examples of a typical Keralite style of architecture – complete with gabled roofs, narrow corridors and dormer windows.Today the palace is an archaeological museum, and the most fascinating exhibit here is the 49 sq.m – Gajendra Moksham – the largest single band of mural painting so far discovered in Kerala. The museum has collections of rare antique bronze sculptures and paintings.Other attractions here include the beautifully landscaped garden in the palace compound where you have a variety of flora typical of Kerala, and a newly erected Buddha mandapam, where a recently recovered statue of the Buddha is housed.
St. Andrew’s Forane Church of Arthunkal:- It is one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Kerala. It is considered as a holy land by hundreds of thousands of devotees, of Christian as well as other faith. The church was originally built by the Portuguese missionaries in the 16th century.Arthunkal St Andrews Forane Church, the first Parish of the Diocese of Alleppey has been elevated to the status of Basilica on 9 July 2010. Arthunkal Basilica will become the first Basilica in the diocese of Alleppey and the 7th Basilica in Kerala. It will become the 3rd Basilica on the Roman Catholic(Latin Rite) church of Kerala.