Being part of the Sultan’s Palace the Museum is located in the Sultan’s Park. Some parts of the old building which was the original Palace has been converted to house some of the objects which portray the rich heritage which makes Maldives what it is today. The collection includes priceless objects depicting the history and culture of these islands.
The collection has been open for the public since its National Day on 19th November 1952. The event was initiated by Prime Minister Ameer Mohamed Amin Didi, who was the head of state then. Since then it has been a major attraction in
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