Narayanhiti Palace Museum: Narayanhiti Palace Museum is the former royal palace in the centre of the Nepalese capital, Kathmandu. The entire enclosure was surrounded by a compound wall, located in the north- central part of Kathmandu. After the royal massacre (2001), of king Birendra and his family, his brother Gyanendra got an opportunity to be the king of Nepal. But his ruling duration doesn’t remain long. After the election of 2008, Nepal became secular and inclusive democratic republic and the king was dethroned. Now, the palace has been turned into a museum where all the visitors get chance to know about the Royal family and the history of Nepal. The museum opens everyday expect on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and public holidays from 11 AM to 4 PM.
Aviation museum: The newly inaugurated museum is the reconciliation of Nepalese Aviation history. Build by assembling the various parts of the airbus 330-300, the aviation museum is a masterpiece on its own. The museum is open to public and has a café, video documentary session, 200 miniature aircraft model. Museum is situated in Sinamangal just overlooking the Tribhuvan international airport. For the history lovers and technological minds visit to this museum is a must.
Patan Museum: The Patan Museum is a must-visit for all people in Nepal, whether interested in Buddhist and Hindu architecture and religious crafts or not. Patan Museum is housed in a courtyard within the Northernmost building complex of the Durbar area. The most picturesque setting of the palace that has been created in so small a place by piety and pride is known now to the people as Keshav Narayan Chowk after a temple standing at the center of the courtyard dedicated to Keshavnarayan, a form of Lord Vishnu. The Patan Museum has beautiful and interesting displays. Come at the beginning of your Nepal trip to better understand what you’re about to see outside.
National Museum: The National Museum or Rastriya Museum is one of the most popular attractions in Nepal. National museum is the largest museum of the country of Nepal; it plays an important role in general archaeological works and development of museums. The museum has separate galleries dedicated to statues, paintings, murals, coins and weapons. It has three buildings Juddha Jayatia Khate Sala, Buddha Art Gallery and the main building which consists of natural historical section (collection of species of animals, butterflies and plants), cultural section and philatelic section.