Abdul Rahman Sahib was a freedom fighter and he belonged to Azhikkodu in Trissur district. His house is built in the traditional Kerala architectural style, known as Nalukettu. At present the house has been converted into a museum on Freedom Struggle.
This museum showcases the sacrifices and achievements of Mohammed Abdul Rahman Sahib as a social reformer as well as freedom fighter. The museum pays tribute to the leaders and unsung heroes of National movements. The museum is informative through video displays and information boards. The documentaries installed in the museum multimedia system provide an ample knowledge regarding Abdul Rahman Sahib and his contribution to the freedom struggle.
As a traditional homestead of ancient Kerala, this double storied Nalukettu building consists of a number of rooms, courtyard and an open verandah. There are three openings, one is positioned at the west and rest are at the eastern side. The ground floor has four rooms joined together with a center courtyard open to the sky. A staircase provided at the northern side of the central courtyard leads to the first floor and the first floor consists of two small rooms.
The museum is close to the Marthoma Church, Azhikkodu Beach, archaeological site Cheramanparambu and Kodungallur Bhagavati Temple. The museum is situated at the distance of about 7 km west of the Cheraman Juma Masjid, one of the first and world-renowned Muslim mosques in India.