The grand building of this museum is a shining example of traditional Bhutanese architecture that has since been lost to modernization. Old wood, door, and window frames that were formerly a part of historic and conventional demolished homes were reused to create this museum. In addition to preserving Bhutan’s rich cultural heritage, this initiative plans to employ a large number of people.
Every visitor is welcomed with a shot of local wine called local arra. After the exploration of the museum, a tour of the mocked-up village scenes is given to help everyone understand the significance of the museum’s various components. While roaming about, one can have their photo taken wearing traditional Bhutanese clothing. As Bhutanese women perform their daily activities, visitors can also try their hand at archery and sing some traditional songs with them.