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International Mountain Museum, Pokhara
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
A tour of International Mountain Museum allows you to discover the secrets of Nepalese mountaineering. Observe numerous exhibits about Nepalese peaks, learn about the brave climbers who ascended some of the world's most challenging summits, and get to know the country's mountain geography and wildlife. After you're done exploring, you can try ascending to the top of Mount Manaslu--on a 9.5 m (31 ft) climbing model. Plan your International Mountain Museum visit and explore what else you can see and do in Pokhara using our Pokhara vacation generator.
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This is a great place for mountain lovers , mountaineers and Adventure lovers . If you are not you may find this boring. This place also give information about local culture and traditions.
Decent museum with a number of interesting pieces, Nice photo opportunities too with a scaled mountain outside.
This museum is perfect for the lovers of the mountains. It shows all the history of the Himalaya conquest and the different ethnic groups living in the mountains. If you love mountain, don't hesitate ... read more »
Great place ..if you are at pkr and dont visited this place then your half life will be wasted
Great museum to visit for the whole family when in pokhara
International Mountain Museum is located 1.5 km south of Pokhara airport. Mountaineering Association established it in 5 Feb 2004. Take the mountain information with its culture, geography, rocks history and ethnic people. There are library and all photographs of 14 world highest mountains. International Mountain Museum gives information of ethnic groups such as the Tamang, Gurung, Magar, Sherpa, Kirat and Chhantyal with their culture, tradition, dress, utensil and weapon. Enjoy information of flora and fauna. You can climb a man made model of Manaslu peak with an altitude of 31 ft. The views of Dhaulagiri, Annapurna and Manaslu can observe on a clear day. There is a garden with fishpond and toilet facility.
Basic but informative museum split between the people of Nepal and the huge mountain peaks. Worthwhile break from outdoor adventures.
Awsome. Must visit.
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