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Museum In Chiangmai



The Chiangmai National Museum:
Located on the superhighway, not far from the Amari Rincome Hotel near Wat Jed Yod or the temple of 7 spires.
OPEN :  09:00 am to 04:00 pm.
CONTACT : Tel: (66 53) 221 308,  Fax: (66 53) 408 568


The Insect and Natural Heritage Museum:
A 4 storey building museum, expertly compilation of  40 years of research is filled with displays of rare, peculiar and extinct specimens of insects, coins and natural phenomenon. Located at 72 Nimanhemin Road, Soi 13 ( or Sirimangkarajaan Road, Soi 3), Chiangmai.
Open : 09:00 am - 04:00 pm. daily.
CONTACT: Tel : (66 53) 211 891,  Fax: (66 53) 216 262


Chiangmai Numismatic Museum (The Treasury Hall):
Located at 52 Rajdamnern Road, these museum features a fascinating exhibition of antique Thai Coins, insignias of rank, and a collection of paraphernalia. Enthusiasts can also purchase treasury notes and coinage to add to their collections.
OPEN : 09:00 am - 03:30 pm ( Monday to Saturdays Only).
CONTACT:  Tel: (66 53) 224 237-8


The Tribal Research Institute Museum:
The three floor ethnological museum run by Hilltribe Research Institute, part of the Public Welfare Department is located at the Rama IX Lanna Park (Suan Ror Gao) on Mae Rim Road is not only interesting but gives a valuable insight into the lives of the hill dwellers of Northern Thailand.. The Museum has collections illustrating the cultures of 10 tribal groups or sub-groups: the Hmong, Karen, Mien, Akha, Lisu, Lahu, Lua, Thin, Khamu and Mla Bree. There are exhibitions of their life-styles, their customes, belief and education, using only materials derived from the tribal people's own hand.
FIRST FLOOR : Exhibit describe the costumes, ornament, farm tools, musical instruments, materials and handicraft of the major hilltribes. Unusual photos and English translations of tribal poems are parts of the decorations.
SECOND FLOOR : Exhibitions are of development of the Government's project improving the life-style of the tribal peoples.
THIRD OR TOP FLOOR : Devoted to the Thai Royal family's varied activities.
CONTACT, Tel: (66 53) 210 872


Chauteau Kum - Une (Oon) Art Museum :
Located approximately at km. 4 at the edge of the road on the right. It is a collection of art and antique objects, unusual to find in present day Chiangmai. Chateau Kum - Une is constructed of beautiful golden teak and is very pleasing to the eye. The surrounding grounds are painted with many varieties of plants and tree nurseries which provide confortable shade.
CONTACT, Tel: (66 53) 298 068


The Darapirom Royal Residence Museum :
Located in the Dara Rasamee Military Camp in Mae Rim. The Museum exhibits the gracious living quarters, textiles, person utensils and musical instruments.
OPEN : 09:00 am - 05:00 pm daily.
CONTACT, Tel: (66 53) 299 175
You can also in advance telephone and request for an English speaking guide.
ENTRANCE CHARGE : Adult - Baht 20, Child - baht 10.


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