Timings : Summers: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM,
Winters: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Entry Fee : Bhutanese: BTN 10,
SAARC Nationals: BTN 25,
Non-SAARC Nationals: BTN 150,
Monks, Nuns, Children (under 10): No Entry Fee
The National Museum of Bhutan is the pride of the country. Flaunting art and traditions, it has six floors, each of them narrating a unique tale from the past. You can see paintings, art pieces, animal masks and many more facets of the rich culture. Constructed in 1649 as a watchtower against Tibetan soldiers, it was converted to the National Museum in 1968, preserving the rich history of Bhutan within its walls ever since.
A paradise for history lovers and the ideal place for those who have a keen interest in gaining more information about Bhutan, National Museum in Paro is where history meets the present. Perched above Paro Dzong, it houses all the important artefacts and belongings from the past. The conservation of the historical objects, inscriptions and artefacts are necessary to keep the future generations updated about the history of the nation. Things which are more than 1500 years old can also be found here. The best place in the world to know Bhutan by its roots, it gives an insight into the local people’s lifestyle and the evolution of the culture of Bhutan.
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