The Narayanhiti Palace Museum (Nepali: ) is a public museum in Kathmandu, Nepal that is located east of the Kaiser Mahal and near Thamel. Following the 2006 revolution, the former Narayanhiti Palace (or Narayanhiti Durbar) complex was turned into a museum in 2008. Prior to the revolution, the palace served as the monarch’s dwelling and primary workplace, as well as hosting state functions.
The current palace complex, which includes a stunning array of courtyards, gardens, and buildings, was built by King Mahendra in 1963.
- Explore the history and enjoy the architecture of Narayanhiti Palace Museum, the former residence of the royal family.
- Learn about the rise and fall of Nepal’s royal family
- Reception Hall
- Throne room