The Polonnaruwa Museum was opened in 1962 at the Public Service Sports Club, Polonnaruwa. The Archaeological Home was established, but many monuments have been preserved.
Visitors can easily move from one room to another. In detail, the fort, the outer city, the monastery and the room dedicated to the Hindu monuments are filled with valuable archaeological finds from excavations around Polonnaruwa.
The second room features a bronze memorial cluster. Most of them represent the Shiva, ancient medical equipment and a geological model of the World Heritage Listed Web. They will be well preserved and maintained. Obviously you can visit the monuments and statues that the museum has preserved.
The Archaeological Museum is open from 9 am to 6 pm daily except Poya Day. The main objective is to enhance the knowledge and dissemination of knowledge to the community through conservation and grants. To enter the museum, you need to purchase tickets.