Corbett Museum is the former bungalow of Jim Corbett, the renowned Hunter, Naturalist and a conservationist who hunted a large number of man-eating tigers and leopards in India.

The museum houses many attractive personal belongings of Jim Corbett including his Articles, Awards, Paintings, his Hunts, Guns that he used to shoot from, Manuscripts and more, thus making it one of the most fascinating tourist attractions in Corbett.

When staying at Jim Corbett National Park Resorts even if you could not spot a tiger, you could get the feel of a close encounter by visiting the museum.

Here, you will get to know how majestic and huge these man-eaters are and what’s the hype really about.

The Museum remains open all throughout the year and it closed only during Holi. The timings for visiting the Museum is from 7:00 am – 6:00 pm.

The museum is a must visit for the all people who are keen into knowing more about the wildlife as the place is very knowledgeable. One can also learn about the significance of wildlife while roaming around the vast Corbett Reserve.

The entry charges are Rs. 10 (Indians), Rs. 50 (Foreigners) and Rs. 3 (students with valid ID cards).