Sherpa Culture Museum
Sherpa Culture Museum located at the world famous Namche Bazaar in the Everest region is built with traditional Sherpa design and architecture. It has all the old and lost Sherpa artefacts in its original place resembling the Sherpa way of life in the past, before the tourism in this area began.
The house consists of a family living room in the first floor with a seperate family praying chappel. Downstairs is the cow stable, yak dung, wood- and hey store just like a traditional Sherpa family house. The Museum is open to all the visitors who come to Everest region for trekking as well as expedition or on research purpose upon a small token of fee charged at the door.
The museum is now equipped with world class solar powered sustainable energy generously sponsored by Dr. Susanne Nies from Berlin, Germany.
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