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Community Tsunami Museum is aimed educating communities on Tsunami and preserve the memories of 2004 Tsunami. This museum is the continuation of the efforts of Third Wave Volunteers lead by Dr. Alison Thompson (author of The Third Wave - A volunteer...more
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The museum gave clearer picture of the tsunami tragedy happened in 2004. It displays gaphic photos taken during tsunami. You need to pay entrance fees! Cannot remember how much. You also need to open your shoes in the museum.
We stopped here on our trip down to Galle and it was most memorable and important part of the day. Very informative and shocking. I was so appalled to see the true figures of the day, the scale of loss in countries other than Thailand...More
We visited this small museum thinking we knew about the Tsunami of 2014 from the British press. How wrong we were, everything in the UK mainly related to Thailand not the many more thousands of lives lost in Sri Lanka. The young man that talked...More
This centre an museum brought us back to December 2004 where so many locals and foreigners lost their lives as there was no warning of the impending Tsunami. Thankfully in later times there are now warning buoys placed at sea which are monitored by stations...More
Response from estheru21 | Reviewed this property |
Hi. It is still located in a shack which is part of the original structure reconstructed. No. The new memorial is not built yet. However there is another hut located in the same compound with more photographs of the disaster.