The military museum is located in Chhauni just opposite the National Museum. The military museum is more likely to the fans of military history. The building of the museum was built in December 2000 by the Nepalese army and the museum was officially opened in July of 2005. The museum is still in development while the army is trying to expand the museum and expand the historical artifacts. Inside the museum, there are lots of collections of history. The museum is lined up with Nepal’s first-ever Rolls-Royce gifted by Queen Elizabeth II and a Skyvan transport plane. The interior inside the museum displays the endless paintings of death and mayhem depicting Nepali battles over the centuries. The museum also has a wide range of collections which includes the artifacts, history of the Nepali army, and the object that light up the sacrifice, dedication, and devotion of the army to the nation. At the beginning when the museum was opened the museum was free for all the visitors but 8 months later the administration started collecting the entry fees for the museum. The museum is also a research center for the student for their studies.