This isn't the most engaging or informative museum I've visited, but I felt it was still worth a visit. It is modest. There's a decent collection of paraphernalia (including a jar from the Plain of Jars that visitors seem to use as a wishing well or sorts...). There's brief signage in both English and French, though it is inconsistent. The translations are often quite basic, many only stating what an item is without really explaining its significance. Some of the items are not labelled, so have fun trying to think up the story behind them. I paid 10,000 kip to visit and was there for about an hour.
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