Chennai is home to the second largest collection of heritage buildings in the country, has more than 2,467 heritage buildings within the metropolitan area, especially when it comes to Architecture buidings, these below list are the "Top 5" as per the ratings and reviews, San Thome Church, Chennai Central Railway Station, Senate House (exterior view only),Ripon Building (exterior view only), Sri Ramakrishna Math.
Pick-up from hotel by our experienced professional driver with well maintained air conditioned private vehicle, based on your hotel location you will be start visiting attractions (not as per the order), after visits you will be drop-off at your hotel. San Thome Church (Santhome): The church is built using neo-gothic style of architecture, following the faith of Catholic Christians. The church complex consists of the church, a chapel, the apostle's tomb and a museum. At the centre of the church, you can see the preserved bone of the apostle, along with some remains of his corpse, preserved in a crypt. Chennai Central Railway Station: Built in the year 1873, takes inspiration from both Gothic and Romanesque styles of architecture. The clock tower reaches a height of 136 feet (41.5 meters) and also has Travancore-styled caps. Senate House (University of Madras): One of the finest examples of the Indo-Saracenic architectural style. The beautiful structure, with huge windows and massive pillars, is truly a sight to behold and serves as a venue for several meetings and events in the city. Ripon Building (near Central): Built in honour of Lord Ripon, this imposing white structure is a beauty in itself and a must-visit place for its colonial elegance, now serves as the headquarters of the Chennai Corporation, so can see exterior view only. Sri Ramakrishna Math (Mylapore): There are several pillars which hold up the carved domes of the entrance roof. The gateway follows a typical Dravidian style of architecture and the carving is also unique to the southern region of India. The door opens out into a large hall where many devotees can be seen praying and meditating.