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Comp[aritively a small museum but full of idols, artefacts of Hindu & Buddhist religions. Exquisitely made in wood & stone. Some stunning pieces. Well-maintained, some damaged by the earthquake & being restored. Informative & historic goes back many hundreds of years.
Patan Museum: A museum situated in Patan, Nepal. It is an UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites displaying traditional sacred arts of Nepal. Patan Museum was inaugurated in 1997 by Late King Birendra Bir Bikram Shah.
these is the place where you can learn and get some proper information about the newari culture all the things over here you find it will be antique and very precious. patan durbar square is a perfect place to be to see the diversified culture...More
Whilst in Lalitpur, Patan durbar square should be on your short list. We had a great guide Ammar Raj Guni for Patan city tour, got great experience walking through one spot to another. My suggestion - do the walk to the museum especially, well maintained...More
We were in Kathmandu on our way bk from Kumbhu valley and wanted to visit this place after the good reviews posted in Tripadvisor. What catches the eye is the aestetics of the museum (destroyed a bit in the earthquake but being reconstructed at the...More
The museum is small and well maintained. The collection of religious artifacts, mainly Buddhism and Hinduism, is amazing. The information boards next to the exhibitions are great source of knowledge.
There is also a restaurant in the yard of the museum (no wi-fi) and a...More
This is one of the finest museums I have seen . Most of the artefacts and statues date back to the tenth century . The history and philosophy around each artefact is very well explained in English . The various poses of Buddha , the...More