The chapel and some ancient Thai anthropologic items are worth checking out, but the museum itself is of relatively poor quality versus other major metropolitan cities: the buildings are old and the exhibits are housed in separate structures so you have to walk outside to get from one part to the other. That said, it was nearly empty when we visited and for those interested in Thai culture, you can certainly observe and learn in peace. No food or beverage options as far as we found so come prepared.
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