Generally in Pokhara, everyone will stay by the lake for a while, and I personally feel that it is better not to use the museum if you appreciate humanities.
The colorful houses, the birthplace of tango, a very distinctive area, you must visit here when you go to Buenos Aires.
A group of stone buildings with wooden roofs located in a beautiful small courtyard, connected by a long corridor, mainly introduces the customs and customs of various ethnic groups in the Pokhara area, revealing a rudimentary style of the 1980s.
It is a stone building, very distinctive, in a relatively large courtyard. You can see a good collection, which is worth visiting.
For a small local museum, the number and importance of its collections of cultural relics certainly cannot be compared to the National Museum in Kadu, but there is no shortage of exquisite cultural relics.