Timings : Tuesday - Saturday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Entry Fee : LKR 1200 for Adults and LKR 300 for Children
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The Colombo Dutch Museum is a beautiful two-story building which is a storehouse of some fantastic architecture and history of Dutch colonial rule of Sri Lanka. The Colombo Dutch museum was initially a the residence of the Dutch governor- Thomas Van Rhee, and it was inside the walls of this museum that a treaty was signed with the Dutch.
The building of the Colombo Dutch Museum has been used for many purposes so far, such as a college, military hospital, police station, seminary and even a post office. All this serves as evidence for the diverse range of activities which have taken place inside the Colombo Dutch Museum.
The restoration of the building took place after the wall fell, and today the museum is a storehouse of over 3000 artefacts like furniture, coins, ceramics, weapons and depicting many features of Dutch culture. So go ahead, and pay a visit to the everlasting Colombo Dutch Museum which has survived the test of time for hundreds of years even today.
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