We purchased our tickets and walked through in 2mins. Most was covered in cladding due to earthquake damage. We thought we missed something and walked through it all again but... no, we saw it all. Guess it’s not our thing!
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Patan was badly damaged after 2015 earthquake. Much has been done to rebuild the temples and museum areas to their original state. This site is well worth a visit and is being done up as well as possible and will be better than it was...More
This historic place is in the middle of the city, with many monuments in the main square and smaller ones in the surrounding. A bustling local and traditional spices, fruits and household goods market is adjoining to the square. There are some local spicy food...More
I read a lot about the Patan Museum being on of the best in Nepal and it was right. I got lost in the beauty of the artifacts and the simple explanation of Buddhism and Hinduism. Being from neither religion, it was very easy for...More
Lovely museum in the Royal Palace complex, some displays were outstanding. 'Gardens' contained tent/shelters where men were reassembling and when necessary remaking parts/trim damaged by earthquake which was very interesting. They were very skilled artisans.
If you want to have a glimpse of the rich cultural heritage of Nepal, this is the place to be. More than the museum, the entire area is a living museum despite the on-going restoration of the palace and temples. The design of the Hindu...More
Patan durbar square is 5km (south- est from Kathmandu. Here you can see very beautiful architecture Temples and places.
The museum is very informative and speaks for Patan very much. The displays are well explained and there is a sitting arrangement at the top floor from where you can gaze at the full area and relax. The Newar culture is also a big part...More