The Patan Museum, transformed from the old palace, enjoys the reputation of “the most beautiful museum in South Asia” due to its beautiful back garden. The museum has an extremely rich collection. Cast copper and gilded pure copper works are the main features of the Patan Museum. Most of them are statues of Hinduism and Buddhism.
The Patan Museum is a two-story building in the style of a cloister. The entire space is small and the exhibition halls are connected by narrow stairs. The light in the museum is dim, visitors are scarce, and the atmosphere is relatively quiet.
The Patan Museum experienced severe damage in the earthquake. This museum has a lot of art collections. It is located in the eastern part of Patan Square. This museum also requires a fee to visit and the price is pretty good.
It seems that the ticket was sold separately before, but now it is included in the big ticket, and the ticket will be checked when you enter the door. Mainly idols and religious artifacts. There are a lot of tourists. Look at your personal interests. It takes less than half an hour to stroll around. There is also a cafe inside.
The PATAN Museum in Kathmandu 1⃣ is the tragic situation after the 2015 earthquake. Now it has been partially restored, and many monuments are still under restoration. 3⃣ It is also the energetic and fat Nepalese lion. 6 is the manager of the museum, lonely and boring. Looking at the beautiful woman thinking about life in the window 7 It is the treasure of the town hall, the throne of the king
There are two museums in the Patan Old Palace area-Patan Museum and Muir Palace, Sandari Palace & Architectural Art Gallery. 1. The Patan Museum mainly exhibits exquisite Hindu and Buddhist statues, as well as some old photographs, cultural relics and handicrafts with historical flavor. It is in an architectural whole with the Keshav Narayan Chok (Keshav Narayan Chok) among the three palaces of the palace. 2. Mur Palace, Shandari Palace & Architectural Gallery Art Gallery mainly exhibits architecture and wood carvings with Nepalese characteristics.