Patan Durbar Square is situated at Lalitpur city which is next to Kathmandu City. Lalitpur is the oldest city among the three main cities i.e. Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Lalitpur. Patan Durbar Square museum is also enlisted in the list of world heritage site by UNESCO. The Durbar Square is situated 5 km southeast from Kathmandu. Lalitpur is referred to as the city of fine arts and rich culture, which involves hundreds of fascinating Hindu and Buddhist monuments and courtyards.
Patan Durbar Square Nepal is the most important monument area where you can embrace the artistic beauty of ancient skills. Patan Durbar Square Museum is filled with numerous ancient palaces, temples and shrines, noted with amazing exquisite carvings at the Square. The central Mul Chowk, Sundari Chowk, and Keshav Narayan Chowk are the three main chowks or courtyards which are designed with tact and skills for the comfort of royal families.
The history reflects the existence of religious tolerance in Nepal as we can find Hindu temple and Buddhist temple at Patan Durbar Square Museum. You can see the beautiful temple of God Krishna with 21 spires, which is said to be built with a single stone. The temple of Bhimsen Kumbheshwor, the five-storied temple of Lord Shiva and many more temples in the area are famous for their historical and religious importance. Even people from different country come to visit and learn about Patan Durbar Square of Nepal. You can also visit hundreds of Buddhist Monasteries with small and big courtyards such as Acheswor Mahavihar, Hiranya Varna Mahavihar, Mahabouddha temple of Machindranath, Rudra Varna Mahavihar., and Minnath the Ashokan Stupas etc. around the area.
Durbar Square pictures the religious, historical, artistical and royal background. The Durbar Square is the most go place to experience some historical artistic features of Nepal. Anybody can visit the museum by paying Patan Durbar Square entrance fees.