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Collection of phones

Very peculiar collection of things used in the early days. Why so many phones ? Some information... read more

Reviewed April 20, 2018
Berlin, Germany
Nice to see a house with old things

I liked the little museum, you can see it around 7-10 minutes, but really nice to have this option... read more

Reviewed March 31, 2018
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Apr 20, 2018
“Collection of phones”
Mar 31, 2018
“Nice to see a house with old things”
Ko Mak, Thailand
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Reviewed April 20, 2018

Very peculiar collection of things used in the early days. Why so many phones ? Some information about the old times ans some pictures and furniture to look at, could need some cleaning and maintenance

Thank paddybear2015
Reviewed March 31, 2018 via mobile

I liked the little museum, you can see it around 7-10 minutes, but really nice to have this option. My favorite part was the second floor. I could live in this house definitely! You can see how was the rooms.

Thank ka_zalpal
Reviewed February 7, 2018 via mobile

A lot of old photographs and things. On the top floor, there are rooms as they were a long time ago. A house temple. Good to sense the atmosphere of the old times, when thailand was still young.

Thank george z
Reviewed January 1, 2018

Located next to a seafood restaurant (although didn't go into) this museum is a old thai-style house, It has two floors and shows you various old items. Free entry.

1  Thank Kierankap
Reviewed February 5, 2017 via mobile

It's a quaint little museum next to seafood restaurant. Worth a look if out and about. Loads of old photos would be good to know the history and old and modern things well half I could remember and used perhaps I should be in museum...More

Thank colchesteradrian
Reviewed October 15, 2016

This house is a small, old, two floors building. Actually there are some 40s-90s old stuff in the house, such as telephone, tableware sets, household machines and the pictures of the owner. It's not the typical museum as I though. But I did enjoy the...More

Thank hannahj1210
Reviewed April 1, 2016

It was a small museum, next to the seafood restaurant. No charge must see. 2 floors, just interesting to walk around.

Thank 634gram
Reviewed March 23, 2016

My daughter Ruby and i visited the museum and whilst the objects lying around were pretty unimpressive the actual fel of the place as being an old house how peolple used to live was great . I recommend sticking your nose in and having a...More

Thank Brian G
Reviewed March 17, 2016

Interesting house full of old stuff. No one was there, but we visited in the house. The visit took a big 15 minutes.

Thank Luc P
Reviewed February 11, 2016 via mobile

Nice effort to make a little museum. There are some interesting effect. But putting old vcr recorders and cellphones on display do not belong here..

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