This one-of-a-kind museum, also known as the International Buddhist Museum, showcases the growth and history of Buddhism across all of Asia. Travelers who journey through the galleries, exhibit halls and displays will find artifacts, art work,
and other items that tell the story of how the culture and religion expanded from east to west.
Visitors are asked to follow a specific path that winds through models of sacred buildings, photographs and a number of Buddhist artifacts. Whether travelers are well-versed in the religion or new to the scene entirely, guests agree that most anyone will leave the World Buddhist Museum with a deeper understanding of the tradition and the beliefs associated with this global religion.
The museum is located behind the Temple of the Tooth and entry is 500 Rps per person. No photography is allowed inside the museum.