Nepal | March 31, 2020

PICK OF THE WEEK:Narayanhiti Palace Museum now open to public


KATHMANDU: The Narayanhiti Pala-ce was thrown open to the public as a museum on February 26, giving people a peek at the lavish lifestyle of their former rulers. Among the major attractions of the Narayanhiti museum are a gold-and-silver crafted ceremonial throne, banquet halls and even the ex-king’s bedrooms. The museum, which will progressively open more rooms, is also set to display a diamond-and-emerald adorned crown and sceptre, and a Mercedes-Benz given to king Tribhuvan by Adolf Hitler.

The museum will be open to the public from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, for five days a week except on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and public holidays.

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