Set up in a building that was formerly the St Thomas Church, the Diu Museum is an apt representation of the cultural heritage and rich history of the Union Territory. The grand white-walled museum houses a wide collection of intricate wooden carvings, stone inscriptions, shadow clocks, antique statues and much more. The church building is believed to have been built in the 15th century and houses religious artefacts including wooden statues of St Thomas and St Paul. Tourists need not pay any entry fees for the museum but it should be noted that one is allowed to spend only 30 minutes inside the museum. The museum is located on the road that connects the Diu fort to the Jallandhar Beach.

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