The Chiang Mai National Museum is a national museum located in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand. It highlights the history of the Kingdom of Lanna with descriptions in both Thai and English. The museum is located in the vicinity of Wat Chet Yot, in the north-western part of Chiang Mai. It is run by the Fine Arts Department of Thailand.
|Wednesday||9:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Thursday||9:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Friday||9:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Saturday||9:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Sunday||9:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
V ITI | Mar 8, 2018
Pieces from historical events in the building of Thailand empire. Not much items though. Audio and visual clips did help one to understand some of the displayed items.
XIE SHEN LIM | Jan 31, 2018
Full of history about Chiang Mai👍👍👍👍 be prepared for 3hrs++ if you want to know the detail. Available in Thai and English... Well-done to the video and 3D preparation.👍👍
Christian Sintes | Feb 21, 2018
Very nice collection. If you are in Chiang Mai, visit the museum. Several statues are of very high level.
Ian Black | Feb 2, 2017
My visit was December 2016. There was renovation work going on at the time. I found it to be very interesting as I wondered around reading the information and looking at all the items on display. Some videos to watch also. Free entry which is always a winner. Any bags etc you put into a locker.
Franck Leresche | Apr 20, 2017
The museum was under renovation works so the entrance was free. The exhibition was interesting but very small. I don't know if it is bigger when fully open.
Anton CJ | Apr 7, 2018
Wonderful museum with English signage on displays and also narrations from the engaging audio visual presentations. It deserves much more visitors than its getting now but the upshot is a tranquil and unhurried visit for those in the know. Our two hours passed by in a breeze. Free lockers for your bags. Highly recommended!
Ebrahim Zainal | Jun 2, 2018
Worth visiting. Although small but hosts a range of ancient Thailand history. Minimal entrance fee.
Ariel Varela | Aug 14, 2018
Make sure to bring your passport with you. Easy to find. Lots of parking space. It is not really big but it has some interesting pieces. Mainly about art and religion. Some of the pieces lack the specific information like materials, antiquity, or context in general. You can watch some videos in English and Chinese. Overall, its worth the visit.
RAFAEL JIMENEZ | Aug 4, 2018
Alot of media interaction. To many information. Its good.
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