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National Museum

Tag-Dzong | Rinpung Dzong, Paro 12001, Bhutan
+975 (2) 29 138
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Worth the visit, but not spectacular

This facility has some nice information about Bhutan. And the room full of various masks was... read more

Reviewed 7 July 2017
ShwayOchre
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Greenfield, Indiana
Simple museum

Museum is located in a good place. Its in an old building. Some nice artefacts. Nothing major or... read more

Reviewed 5 July 2017
Sandy_Roadwarrior
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Bengaluru, India
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This former fortress was turned into a museum in 1968.
  • Excellent26%
  • Very good43%
  • Average26%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible1%
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Tag-Dzong | Rinpung Dzong, Paro 12001, Bhutan
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Reviewed 7 July 2017

This facility has some nice information about Bhutan. And the room full of various masks was interesting.

Thank ShwayOchre
Reviewed 5 July 2017

Museum is located in a good place. Its in an old building. Some nice artefacts. Nothing major or fancy here. It is one of the few things to do in Paro

Thank Sandy_Roadwarrior
Reviewed 5 July 2017

Worth a visit. Gives an insight into the lifestyle and culture of the Bhutanese people. The houses and ways of survival were unique and interesting.

Thank Nilesh A
Reviewed 5 July 2017

At the time of my visit the museum was under repair. However some important items are shifted in a building nearby. You can visit this museum if interested in history and culture of Bhutan.

Thank uma29july
Reviewed 3 July 2017

Right now, the museum building is under renovation and the exhibits relocated to another one just nearby. The displays here are very limited and the place is not really viewer friendly . I have however visited the museum a few years ago and it was...More

Thank Pahari
Reviewed 30 June 2017

I think the view from the Museum is very good of the paro valley. But the Museum it self is not very impressive. But all in all it was a very fun day.

Thank nutty880
Reviewed 30 June 2017

the museum is under renovation and have shifted to a smaller place behind the original building. since this is a smaller place, we were told that the exhibits are lesser. nevertheless nice place to visit - very informative.. it is divided into various sections -...More

1  Thank anitapmumbai
Reviewed 28 June 2017 via mobile

This museum is very well maintained and is good place for history lovers. It is located very near to the city so is easily accessible by local cabs.

Thank kirtan777
Reviewed 25 June 2017

Our group of 11 members on a visit to Bhutan visited this museum which was built with the financial assistance from Govt.of India.The museum provides the glimpses of cultural heritage of Bhutan.There is also a documentary film encapsulating various cultural dances etc.

Thank HemanthPai
Reviewed 22 June 2017

Nice displays, interesting subjects, lots of info on the whole of Bhutan including wildlife. Too bad no pics inside...

Thank Patpv
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Jigme C
5 March 2015|
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Response from bukbuk51 | Reviewed this property |
Local visitors far outnumber foreigners in most places in Bhutan. There are only 60000 foreigners per year in this glorious place But Indians and Nepalese do not need visas so this may mean that there are few western or... More
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