Welcome!

to
a timeless memorabilia of
Nepalese art, architecture, culture, tradition, faith, and power structures . . .

Hanumandhoka, Kathmandu
Hanuman statue at Hanumandhoka
Dhoka at Basantapur
White strut
Red strut
White window at Hanumandhoka
Red window at Hanumandhoka
Guard at Hanumandhoka
Red door at Hanumandhoka

to
a timeless memorabilia of
Nepalese art, architecture, culture, tradition, faith, and power structures . . .

Welcome!

Gaddi Baithak Hall

Sorry; due to unavoidable COVID-19 circumstances, we are temporarily closed until further notice for the sake of the well-being of our staff and our visitors alike.

However, Hanumandhoka Palace Museum is otherwise usually open for all days during a week from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Nepalese visitors are required to collect from the Palace Museum ticket counter at the main entrance gate Palace Museum-specific entry tickets which will be subject to the following fees:

        Rs. 30 per head
        Rs. 15 per head for students during Fridays only

Foreign visitors are required to submit to the Palace Museum ticket counter at the main entrance gate entry tickets obtained from one of the six Kathmandu Metropolitan City Hanumandhoka Durbar Square Conservation Program ticket counters which will be subject to the following fees:

        Rs. 1000 per head
        Rs. 150 per head for visitors from SAARC countries only

The Palace Museum ticket counter closes one hour before the closing of the Palace Museum.

We look forward to your visit; thank you!