Monba Museum

Monba Museum is exact replica of dwellings in the area in south of Himalayas, Tibet Automous Region. The building components were made local by craftsmen according to Monba customs and traditional building technology. The building materials were shipped to Beijing for final construction.

The building work was completed in 2005 and opened to the public. The museum has construction area of 104 square meters that covers a ground area of 320 square meters.

Monba Museum consists of wood buildings on stilts, sheepfold, hog lot and Mani Stones. The planning is designed a living environment of Monba people in forest. The vegetation is also arranged according to local climate.

The indoor and outdoor display of Monba Museum is arranged according to the traditional production and lifestyle of Monba. Exhibit items are collected from Monyul areas in Tibet Autonomous Region. The time span of the collection cover from the Qing Dynasty (1616-1911)to modern times, about two hundred years of history.

Location of Monba Museum: North Park

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