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Ariyapala & Sons

426 Main Road, Ambalangoda 80300, Sri Lanka
+94 91 2 258373
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Kolam Mask

Nice and lot to learn. We have do all readings in the posters and got to know. Eaven for the Locals... read more

Reviewed 16 October 2017
Aravinda P
via mobile
Shop worth visiting

Stopped here on a day trip. Good range of masks and products to buy. Quite expensive but at least... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2017
London, United Kingdom
via mobile
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“mask making” (3 reviews)
“mask museum” (2 reviews)
“sri lanka” (3 reviews)
426 Main Road, Ambalangoda 80300, Sri Lanka
+94 91 2 258373
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Reviewed 16 October 2017 via mobile

Nice and lot to learn. We have do all readings in the posters and got to know. Eaven for the Locals must visit this place and see. No entry fee Only donations.

Thank Aravinda P
Reviewed 30 September 2017 via mobile

Stopped here on a day trip. Good range of masks and products to buy. Quite expensive but at least the prices are on the products so you can see what they are. Museum is worth looking around for a couple of minutes.

Thank LondonE3Traveller
Reviewed 24 August 2017

This is probably the most famous place for traditional masks in Sri Lanka. They have a workshop where you can see the artisans creating these beautiful masks. Personally this was the best part of the visit for me. They also have a museum which is...More

Thank Aditya_salian
Reviewed 24 July 2016

A good collection of ancient traditional Sri Lankan masks. You can buy masks there . There is a mask museum and you can learn about the culture , history and different kinds of masks .

Thank Pasan M
Reviewed 3 April 2016

Very interesting museum, in which a knowledgeable guide explained the use of the different masks in the Sri Lankan traditions

Thank LucienS
Reviewed 7 March 2016

Our tour guide for the day drove us here a part of his tour package. It was interesting to see the masks being made (donation box alert), but the museum really took the cake. The museum guide acted like she was being held hostage and...More

Thank twinzmom_12
Reviewed 24 January 2016

"Ariyapala Mask Museum" and Handycrafts Store, located near the main road is a great place to see and understand about the Sri Lankan Traditional Masks as well as the culture behind those masks. Other than displaying masks of famous "Daha Ata Sanniya" there are illustrations...More

Thank Madhawa_h
Reviewed 26 November 2015

I visited all shops and museums in Ambalangoda for the masks and I would recommend one should visit all if there is time. They have very unique ones in the museum indeed. A bit more expensive than in the rest of the places, but totally...More

Thank Sarah_Kaushik
Reviewed 10 September 2015

Ariyapala & Sons is one of the best places to buy the Sri Lankan Wooden mask, a best souvenir. Apart from shopping you can get a hands on feel of how a wooden mask is actually made in the workshop next to the shop. Prices...More

Thank mgprabhu
Reviewed 18 July 2015

Huge range of masks of all styles and prices, all carved on the premises. High prices also so don't forget to bargain.

1  Thank Eric754
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