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National Museum of Colombo

The largest museum of Sri Lanka offers a collection of various artefacts, such as regalia and jewellery. Great chance to learn something new from history.

61 Nelum Pokuna Mawatha, Colombo, Sri Lanka

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Opening Hours

Daily: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. (last admission at 5 p.m.)

Admission

Adult: LKR 600
Child: LKR 300

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Attractions near to National Museum of Colombo

  • Colombo Fort Railway Station

    In 1877, this station was a small local one. Now, it is a major railway hub situated in beautiful oriental building.

  • Pettah Market

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    The architecture of this Buddhist temple is a mixture of local, Thai, Chinese and Indian influences.

  • Galle Face Green

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  • Captain's Garden Hindu Temple

    The oldest Hindu temple in Colombo, located in Captain's Gardens. It's dedicated to Shiva and Ganesh – Hindu deities.

  • Slave Island

    During Portuguese and Dutch reign, slaves mainly from Africa were held here. Now it is a suburb, where the Beira Lake is situated.

  • Jami Ul-Alfar Mosque

    The most famous mosque in Colombo. It is beautiful, with many towers and red and white stripes. A must-see.

  • The Colombo Port

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  • Old Parliament Building

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  • Independence Memorial Hall

    It is a memory of Sri Lanka´s indepen­dence from Great Britain, situated on the Independence Square.

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