Apollo 11 Astronaut Buzz Aldrin's Nepal Visit

Newest attractions in the Science Center

Programmes & Events at ESCN

Pictures from programs in 2017

Science & Space Camp III, Apr 2016

Science & Space Camp II, Mar 2016

Science & Space Camp I, Feb 2016

The Fourth Educational Trip to NASA

The Third Educational Trip to NASA

Educational Trip to NASA

A visit by NASA's Exhibit Manager

Programme 'From ESCN to the Moon' in full swing

Inaguration - 'from ESCN to the Moon'

Samman Karyakram

Fish Farming

Tree Plantation Programme

Nepali flag into deep space and back

Mr. Joe Leblanc, the Payload Manager of Lockheed Martin presenting the Nepali Flag that flew to deep space and back to the chairman of ESCN.

About us & what we do in short.

Everest Science Center Nepal (ESCN) is a charitable trust registered under the government of Nepal (regd no. 1414) in the year 2008. It was primarily estd(2001) as a private independent organisation. It is the first and only one of its kind throughout the country.

We are focused on providing Scientific knowledge with the help of easy-to-understand demonstrations. We present science as recreation to the public.

Our low cost hands-on exhibits create a level of interest among the visitors. We make Science and Technology accessible to the public with the help of exhibits, demonstration shows and workshops.

A seven minutes insight to ESCN

Picnic Spot

Shanti Ban is a recreational hub for visitors who come looking for peace. It is a beautiful garden of seasonal flowers. It houses all facilities needed for picnic.


We have a private canal around Shantiban which is used for boating. As a part of Shantiban, visitors who come to picnic can enjoy a short boating ride around the Picnic Spot.


We have introduced Nepal's first inflatable portable planetarium and have set out to educate people , esp. the school children and teachers of rural areas about stars.

Bigyan Mela

Once in a year we organize a science fair(Bigyan Mela) in ESCN, which goes on for a week. It attracts hundred of visitors from the places nearby. Participants are mostly school children representing their school.


We represented Nepal in the Slovenian Science Festival. This was our first participation outside the country.

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