National Museum

The National Museum is a must for history enthusiasts who would like to view the progression of the country across time and dig deep into its past. The museum’s four stories house royal artifacts such as the prized Thihathana throne of the last Burmese monarch, court furniture, and other items connected to past Burmese kings. It also exhibits Buddha images from various eras, the evolution of the Burmese script, works of art, fossils dating back to millions of years, and earlier forms of attires worn by the country’s various ethnic minorities.