Folk Heritage Museum

Folk Heritage Museum also known as Phelchey Toenkhyim was established on July 28th, 2001 with the initiative of the Queen Mother of Bhutan, Her Majesty Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuck. Read More

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Climate & Clutural Day Activities on 31st August to 8th of September, 2017.


The Folk Heritage Museum had exhibited narratives of climate change Cutural Day Festival  at its premises from 31st August to 8th of  September 2017, created through the project “Weaving Strands of Knowledge: Connecting Culture and Science to Climate Change” by five students from Royal Thimphu College and another five students from the University of Hampshire to help global community members merge scientific data with local narratives of climate change to bring communities together and to enhances an understanding of environmental sustainability in the face of climate change.

Folk Heritage Museum had Many  visitors on 31st of August to 8th of September, 2017 and visitor had the opportunity to listen to many of these conversations  recorded of personal stories about climate change from Bhutan and New England.  
Nov 23, 2017   

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