The Bhutan Postal Museum invites you to discover the major events that marked the history of the postal services in Bhutan from its origin till nowadays.
The museum showcases the images that tell this story, along with rare artifacts and Bhutan’s rare and unique stamps. In the process it highlights Bhutan’s rich traditions and cultural heritage. It also provides nostalgic glimpses into Bhutanese history. You will see some legendary runners of the pre-postal era and postal technology that held Bhutanese society together. You will learn how the Monarchs of Bhutan kept in touch with their subjects, how the Government informed the citizens, and how people communicated with each other over the centuries.
The Bhutan Postal Museum is established as a part of the celebrations of His Majesty The King Jigme Singye Wangchuck’s 60th birth anniversary in 2016.
Monday to Friday: 9 AM to 4 PM
Saturday: 9 AM to 1 PM
International Tourist – Nu. 250/-
SAARC Tourist – Nu. 150/-
Locals – Nu. 50/-
Student – Nu. 20/-
Monks & Nuns – Nu. 20/-
Children below 10 years – Free
Children above 10 years (international & SAARC) – Nu. 50/-
- In a group of less than 20 – Nu. 20/-
- In a group more than 20 – Nu. 15/-