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Same ticket for two museums, not expensive, a real cultural deal. Statues, books and paintings of old kings. Quick visit (the places are quite small) but interesting and different. Gentle people working there.
I guess it worth it. Do not break your tickets since they are valid for two more museums in the city. It has interesting plays and then the palace is a must although we couldn't come in the heart of it since we're not hindu.
I am not too sure what I had expected but I suppose the very minimum I wanted to see was one or two really ancient relics with an explanation of their significance in a range of languages including English. But instead I saw poor collection...More
This is the Museum is the main attaction of Bhaktapur among the many other sites the ticket is really cheap and for student they do have a discount and we have to pay to have a photo or video and while visitng this museum we...More
Stopped in here and viewed the small gallery. The collection is made up of only religious art and quite small. There are some black and white images of former rulers too. I found the museum underwhelming. The museum in Patan was much nicer and well...More
The National Art gallery at Bhaktapur is worth visiting with teenagers for some knowledge of spiritual Universe. Most of the art date back to 12th century AD which are painted on canvas with natural stone colour. The art work are known as Thanka paintings is...More