The Dhangarhi Museum is located near the Dhangari Gate which is one of the entry points to the Corbett National Park. The museum is located close to Garjiya Devi Temple (around 9km).
It is located at a distance of 18 kilometres from Ramnagar. An amount of rupees 10 is taken as entry fee to the Museum. The museum is open on all days of the week and the timings are:
Summers- 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Winters- 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Dhangarhi Museum is set up as a kind of introduction to the Jim Corbett National Park. The museum is there since the man-eating tigers have been in existence. The Museum showcases the maximum information about the land topography and wildlife species residing in the park. It is a place which throws light on the life and journey of Jim Corbett. Some of the shows include the hunted untamed animals and grass areas having head of tigers and elephants killed in violent fights.
There is also a souvenir shop in the park where you can shop wildlife generals, books written on Corbett and autobiography of the safaris held in the Corbett National Park. Other items like colourful handicraft items, Corbett T-shirts, caps, carved items, etc can also be purchased from the shop.
This Museum is in the National Park from almost the time when the park came into existence.
A shared taxi or bus from Ramnagar can take you to Dhangarhi where the Dhangari Museum is located.