Tribhuvan museum is dedicated to King Tribhuvan and celebrates his reign and successful revolution. This museum has different sections dedicated to the king's life like his childhood, victories, plans, principles, desires and ofcourse few of his shortcomings as well. The museum also preserves the thrones, coins, photographs of King Tribhuvan's family and other items related to him. Exhibition sections like 'The Royal Babyhood' includes some fascinating recreations of the King's life as a child; his bedroom and study are imitated with personal effects.
Tribhuvan museum is a part in the Palace west of the Nasal Chowk and was constructed by the Ranas in the middle to late part of the 19th century. Tribhuvan Museum also has the nine storey Basantapur tower which provides extraordinary views over the palace and the city. This museum is basically a tribute and eternal celebration of the freedom.
When to go
10.30am-3.00pm on all days except Tuesday and Friday.
Friday is 10.30am-2.00pm. Tuesday is a holiday.
How to reach
It is located in the Durbar square's 'Hanuman Dhoka palace'. So one can hire autorickshaw or cyclerikshaw to get to this place.