Entry Fee : Adult: MVR 100,
Child: MVR 20
Timings : 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Closed on Friday
The National Museum of Maldives is an ancient building containing a well-maintained collection of artefacts that help in tracing unusual historical events of this archipelago. It aims at instilling patriotic feelings in the citizens of Maldives. The museum has a massive assemblage of royal antiquities ranging from the Buddhist and Islamic era making it a paradise for the lovers of history and crafts.
From various costumes and ornaments of the former kings and the queens, cloth and paper manuscripts, and anthropological objects to arms and armour, you will find everything under one roof. The gamut of artefacts is a reflection of the country's treasured heritage. Located in Sultan Park, which once was a part of Sultan's Palace, the National Museum in the Maldives is an epitome of knowledge. Your travelling to the Maldives is incomplete until you visit this heritage place that speaks high of the great Maldivian History.
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