Timings : 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Entry Fee : Foreigner - Child : 400 LKR Adult : 600 LKR; Local - Child : 20 LKR Adult : 30 LKR
Sri Lankan history and heritage, which has come a long way over the decades, is rightly preserved in the National Museum in Kandy, Sri Lanka. Formerly known as Palle Vahala, the museum earlier used to serve as accommodation for royal guests.
Located just beside the famous Temple of the Tooth relic in Kandy, the National Museum, acclaimed its status in 1942. It is a must visit place for travellers and explorers who have a thirst to know the unknown and to understand the past. Over about 5,000 artifacts and ola leaf manuscripts are preserved in this National Museum of Kandy. Statues of eminent personalities like the former Governor of Ceylon, Sir Henry Ward are exhibited. The Kanadian era architecture of the museum is magnificent and the exhibition inside the museum provides a glance of mini Sri Lanka - its history, culture and the lineage of the kingdom, all at once.
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