opening hours
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 
 10:00 - 17:00 hrs. 

Closed for Thingyan holidays) April 13-17, 2020.

Open on following annual holidays: Independence Day (4th January), Martyrs' Day (19th July).

Visits outside of normal opening hours can be arranged by appointment. 

Optional tours are provided by dedicated and knowledgable guides; the tour takes approximately 25 minutes and there is also a 25-minute long documentary about U Thant's life and work exclusively screened at the museum. 

Location: 31 Panwa Lane (access from Inya Rd). 


U Thant House depends on the contributions of its visitors and supporters to help sustain the exhibition and our educational programme for Myanmar students. Foreign visitors are asked to contribute a minimum of MMK 10,000 per person in admissions fee to help us make it possible for Myanmar citizens to visit
regardless of financial circumstance, especially Myanmar students for whom U Thant’s life can be a
great source of inspiration. 
If you are interested in making a bigger contribution to support our work, please contact us at


(Per Person)

International Visitors

MMK 10,000

Myanmar Visitors

Voluntary Contribution

Myanmar Students


Children (under 12; accompanied by an adult)


Visits outside of normal operation hours (Advance booking required)

MMK 100,000


MMK 10,000 per person 


Advance reservations are required for all groups and third-party guided tours of 10 persons or more. Admission fee is mandatory for visits by third-party guided tour groups. Reserve group admission or private guided tours here.

U Thant House welcomes group visits from schools, universities, education providers and nonprofit community organizations. A program tailored to students is being developed. Request a visit led by trained educators and volunteers or make an appointment to lead your group through the Museum on your own here