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A stop at the Ta Dzong Museum in Trongsa is not only an excellent way to break up a very long drive from Punakha to Bumthang, but a very well done museum with a fine little lunch stop. Exhibits vary a bit, but generally focus...More
The dzong museum houses a collection of historical artifacts of the royal family & Buddhist art. The watchtower has been converted into this museum. You will have to go up & down many stairs. The visit starts with a short AV about the royal family...More
just opene view months ago
besides look like the staff who is in charge
take some off often
i tried to visit it without success
i even take my lunch on the restaurant located on it
but after 1 hour i left
i asked to...More
The museum is located in a watchtower, a short climb up on steep stairs from the dzong. It is also possible to drive up. The exhibits mainly show Buddhist art and religious items, and are very well presented. Too bad photography is not permitted!
This is a very interesting place, the main attraction ( to my point of view) is the 4 statues you will see when entering, awsome. The rest of the visit deserve attention, as well as the construction itself. No photos, but go.
Has a lovely collection of art, thangkhas, relics, masks and animals n birds too. An audio video shows the various mask dances of Bhutan.
It's a tower turned into a museum. Huge n beautiful.
By night it's just gorgeous to see it lit all around...More
Its a multi-story watchtower now converted into a museum. The museum is not in the same complex as Trongsa Dzong but right above it. You can either climb up-to it or go their via your car. Beautiful Buddhist and royal artifacts can be seen here....More
The museum is located inside the tower and in itself is a unique experience. The relics and heritage kept here is worth a visit especially the ancient history attached to each one of the relics. I especially liked the history, legend associated with the Raven...More