Very well presented, but hard to find behind the hospital. We stayed 2 hours and then had to drag the kids ( aged 7 and 12) away. We watched documentaries, experienced walking with crutches in a village setting ( steps, bamboo bridges etc) used wheel chairs and learnt even more about the horrific aftermath to the American bombings back in the 1960s. More detailed than Uxo in Luang Prabang. I'd recommend visiting both. Coffee and ice cream available and a 10 minute walk to main bus station, shopping mall
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