Corbett museum is sited around 3 km after Kaladhungi town toward Nainital, opposite to the crossroad from where the road moves to Nainital via Khurptal, the Kaladhungi Museum is a place worth visiting during the tour of Corbett National Park.
Kaladhungi Corbett museum is in a heritage bungalow of Jim Corbett, the renowned environmentalist, hunter as well as a front runner in the tiger conservation. This magnificent museum brings to the forefront of memory the life and activities of the spectacular and distinguished personality. Corbett National Park visitors get its full value only with the visit to this museum.
Kaladhungi Museum in Jim corbett is also Jim Corbett's winter retreat displaying personal articles, paintings, sketches, manuscripts and last hunt of its owner. The whole of museum is historical site that lends an insight into Jim Corbett's life and era he lived in. The museum show cases some memorabilia connected to Jim Corbett, which include some great valued personal belongings, letters written by him as well as his friends and well wishers, antiques and rare photographs.
Entry Fee to Corbett Museum is Rs 5 for Indians and Rs 10 for foreigners. Children below 5 are exempted from paying the fee and children in the age group of 5-12 years are charged a nominal fee of Rs 1.
The visiting timing for Corbett Museum in Kaladhungi is 7.00 am to 6.00 pm and the museum remains closed on Sunday. The Kaladhungi museum observes no holidays except that of Holi, in the month of March. The best time to visit is the months of January through March. Photography is permitted in the museum without any extra charge.
Villages near Ramnagar are Patkot, Kotabagh, Bhalaun, Amgarhi, Perumadara, Tanda, Haldua, Bohrakot, Dhikala and Mohan. There is a check post for Kumaun and Garhwal from Mohan, there are two ways which lead to Garhwal and Kumaon for places like Ranikhet, Betalghat, Chaukhutia and the border Dharchula for Garhwal, Dhomakot, Maithanaghat and Tihri which is at a distance of 450 km from Ramnagar. Chaukhutia, Masi are nearly 125 km, 113 km respectively from Ramnagar.