Timings : Wednesday - Sunday: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Closed on Monday-Tuesday
Time Required : 1-2 hrs
Entry Fee : THB 30 per person
Located in Northern Thailand, the Chiang Mai National Museum is a museum of national importance depicting the history of Chiang Mai as well as the Lanna Kingdom. It is also an educational centre aiming to preserve the art and culture of this part of Thailand. Located close to Wat Chet Yot, the Chiang Mai National Museum should be visited by history lovers and people interested in learning about the varied culture of Thailand.
The Chiang Mai National Museum was started by the King of Thailand in 1973 It is a three storied structure with traditional architecture and a Lanna styled roof. Each floor contains artefacts of the northern Thai art and culture. These typically include Buddha statues from the Chiang Saen Era, Northern wares, Lanna Buddha statues, Tribal artifacts of the tribes of Lanna, historic photos of the kingdom of Chiang Mai and objects carved out from wood.
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