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Maha Viravong National Museum

Tucked behind the King Rama IX Commemorative Library, this museum feels like it hasn't been updated since it opened in 1954.


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The collection of religious statues is interesting but the wood, bronze and stone Buddhas seem to jostle each other for elbowroom. The building was styled after a Thai house -- a one bedroom Thai house. Exhibits of pottery, coins, bullets and other artefacts crowd into glass cases.

Nevertheless, as this national museum is only a block from downtown and admission is only 10 baht, a stroll through its rooms may be worthwhile. It will only take you twenty minutes to learn something about the history of the region and see some beautiful artefacts.


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Last updated on 2nd December, 2014.


Maha Viravong National Museum
Ratchadamnoen Rd. just south of the monument
Wed-Sun, 9:00-16:00

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