Sealed quotations are hereby invited from eligible national suppliers for the supply of furniture. The tender document can be downloaded from CDB and museum home pages.
The National Museum of Bhutan, Paro will be following its winter timing with effect from November 1st 2018 to 29th February 2019. The museum will now open at 9 am and close at 4 PM and the ticket counter will close at 3.30 PM.
Thirty vintage photographs showcasing leaders of Bhutan and India are on display at the National Museum of Bhutan, Paro. The exhibition was launched in celebration of 50 years of friendship between Bhutan and India.
The re-electrification of Ta Dzong is almost complete. The work has been done with incorporation of traditional lighting system with intermixing of modern museum lighting system to give it a traditional look and at the same time to blend in new museum lighting system. To find out more about the costs involved in setting up Read more about Re-electrification of Ta Dzong[…]
The much anticipated work of Ta-Dzong Renovation project has taken off with effect from July 1st 2014 under the supervision of structural engineer of Division for Conservation of Heritage Sites. The renovation will not alter the original structure, except in a very rare cases, as in windows which will be replaced by original stone windows. Read more about MUSEUM RENOVATION UNDERWAY![…]
The on-going Bhutan exhibition in Japan is entering its final phase on October 31st, 2017 when it will be opened to the public at Hiroshima, Japan. The exhibition at Hiroshima will remain open to the public for about two months. Official media sponsor is The Marketing Heaven. The exhibition organized by the TOEI Company Ltd., Read more about BHUTAN EXHIBITION- A HINT TO HAPPINESS IN JAPAN[…]