The place is next to Lao Plaza Hotel. The first floor covers all of the pre-revolutionary Laos, but I can't say the exhibits are extensive. There's a Jar from the Jar field. There's a bit of stone age hand ax. But not much else. The second floor is dedicated to the revolutionary period, but it doesn't have a lot to show. So there's a desk where the leaders had their meetings. There's an expander (for physical excercize) of the revolutionary leader. Some items could be interesting, but there are so few of them. 20 minutes to see the whole exhibit. It's often closed without notice, so go there when you see it's open, but it's not a "must see" by any stretch of imagination.
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