Very modest museum. The internal courtyard is worth of it. A TIP Take a coffee in the inside cafe, a little bit of of peace!
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The 1000 rupees are a little steep. They are fixing a lot of earthquake damage and it is progressing well. I really enjoyed this. It was well laid out and explained the history of the area and the intersection of Buddhism and Hinduism.
All the displays in the museum have signs in English. Some items in the museum include detailed figurines, stone tablets, tapestries, and a throne. There are steep stairs to climb and no air-conditioning inside. There is plenty of cushioned seating by the windows inside. Photography...More
I live nearby and I've been to the museum a few times. It is always refreshing to know your local history. Highly recommended.
This museum is small, but nicely done. All the explanations of exhibits are in English. This has been renovated after the earthquake and the entire facility is in pretty good shape. There is a very nice little café in the back, with comfortable sitting areas...More
Museum is within the complex of Patan Durbar Square. It has a great collection of antique artifacts. Can take upto 2 hours to see the entire museum.
The Patan Museum is a great collection of woodwork and metal work. Well curated and has a good collection that showcases Buddhism and Hinduism. It's also a great place in the hot afternoons as the second and third levels are quite cool and offers a...More
Patan is a large series of temples and palaces. Visitors walk between the main buildings which might enclose several city blocks. There are some shops and eateries but we mostly viewed the historic sights. An example of classic architecture, this area was largely spared by...More
Patan Museum in Kathmandu Nepal is excellent collection of antique artifacts. All Murtis are very well carved in wood and metal. I love this Museum. Must see
My friend and I visited the museum as part of our visit to Patan Dubar Square on April 4, 2017. It is a UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. The Patan Museum was inaugurated in 1997 by Late King Birendra Bir Bikram Shah. The Patan Museum displays...More