Nepal’s National Museum to be open for all
27th Nov, 2017 | Tourism Mail Crew
KATHMANDU, Nov 27 : The Aviation Museum set up in Sinamangal, Kathmandu is set to be open for all enthusiasts from tomorrow .i.e. Tuesday, 28th November.
The museum set inside the Airbus 330 was previously open for students from grade 9 to 12. During the time duration of three weeks it welcomed about 50,000 students, the Museum informed.
The museum set up inside the Airbus 330-300 of Turkish Airlines after it skid off the run way in Nepal’s only International Airport has initial capital of 700 million rupees from the Bed Upreti Trusts and the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN).
“I am happy to announce that the museum will be open for all age groups from Tuesday. I would like to thank the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal and the Turkish Airlines for providing this chance to me,” Captain Bed Upreti who initiated the establishment of the museum said.
He also informed that the museum is free to visit for the students from grade 9 to 12 if they bring letter and card from the school. Along with a teacher also will get free entry to the museum with every 15 students and students of other age groups and the differently able ones also are offered 50 percent discount on the entry ticket.
The museum also will be open from 10 AM to 5 PM and the fares for the entry to the museum are as follows:
Normal Fare: NRs. 250 (Applicable for Nepali as well as SAARC members)
Student Fare: Nrs. 125 (Identity Card of Edu. Institution Mandatory)
Differently Able Ones: Nrs. 125