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The building was very attractive, Colonial style, with wooden floor. The museum divided the permanent exhibitions into several time periods. Most are very interesting to learn about Chiang Mai history. There will always has temporary exhibition. Visitors can also buy some…
Although I note Lonely Planet prefer the Lamma Folk Museum opposite I thought this was the best of the three adjacent museums in the old city (I did not visit the Chiang Mai National Museum to the north), and the one to choose if time was limited. A large and well presented…
You can buy the package for 3 museums with the special price. It is very good. It is also very interesting if you are the group that has the children. Also if you would like to know about the deep detail of the history of Chiang Mai, this is the best place.
A mix of the modern multi media technology and old school realistic art, everything is laid out well. Nice, coll and relaxing place. Good descreptive and life like settings of village life etc. You get an idea of the history of the lives of Thai's and how Thailand come into…
The Chiang Mai City Arts And Cultural Centre was located at the Three Kings Monument. It cost 90 baht for an adult / 40 baht for a child to enter 1 museum, and 180 baht for an adult / 80 baht for a child for a combined ticket valid for 7 days to enter all 3 museums. There were…