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The museum has two floors, with the ground floor being devoted to the province’s ethnic groups, and the first floor displaying exhibits on Nan history and architecture. The ethnic groups represented are the northern Thais
We enjoyed the beautiful grounds and spent about 25 minutes wandering and taking photos. There is a mini temple in the front that was built as the 12th temple in Nan for the king who wanted to visit 12 temples during his visit. And a...More
When we went, the museum was under renovation so only half was open. On a positive, it was free. The renovation will be finished by the end of 2016, and it is certainly something I would like to revisit.