Narayanhiti Palace


The Narayanhiti Palace Museum (Nepali: ) is a public museum in Kathmandu, Nepal[1] 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



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Narayanhiti Palace

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