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Ratchaburi National Museum

Definitely worth visiting if you are in town, the museum has quite a comprehensive collection of artefacts and displays detailing the history of Ratchaburi, from the stone age through to modern days.

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Unusually, just about all the exhibits are captioned in English that actually makes sense, really adding to the value of the museum for non-Thais. The section dedicated to dragon jars (the large ceramic pots that you see all over Thailand) is particularly interesting.

The museum also contains a collection of handicrafts and other goods produced locally and a small shop on site has a handful of books and tourist trinkets for sale.

You'll find the museum is at the western end of Ratchaburi near the river, a short walk from the centre of town.

Last updated on 15th September, 2013.

Ratchaburi National Museum
By the river on Woradet Rd, Ratchaburi
Wed to Sat 09:00-16:00

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