31 Panwa Lane (access from Inya Road)
Kamayut Township, Yangon, Myanmar
(+95) 093 210 0785
Due to the global pandemic, U Thant House remains temporarily closed to the public until further notice, as a preventive measure and to protect public health. An announcement will be made here on our facebook page, when the Museum is open to the public again.
normal 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
How to get to U Thant House by bus
Bus Stop 1: Link Lane (20 minutes walk along Inya Road to Panwa Lane)
Bus Numbers: 59, 61, 20
Bus Stop 2: Site Pyo Yay (20 minutes walk)
Bus Numbers: 21,39,78
Bus Stop 3: Mahar Myaing (20 minutes walk)
Bus Numbers: 21,39,78
Children (under 12; accompanied by an adult)
Visits outside of normal operation hours (Advance booking required)
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.