Paro Dzong & National Museum
Paro Dzong, also known as Rinpung Dzong, overlooks the town of Paro. This architectural masterpiece dates back to the 17th century and holds rich historical significance. Built on the site of a 15th-century temple, it stands as a living testament to the spiritual traditions of Bhutan. You then make your way up the hill to the former watchtower, where the National Museum now resides. Here you will find a collection of awe-inspiring art, priceless relics, intricate thangka paintings, captivating natural history exhibits, and Bhutan's renowned postage stamps. Each piece offers a glimpse into the vibrant tapestry of Bhutan's heritage.