I stopped at the Jeath War Museum as part of a package tour of the bridge area. Our van pulled up to the museum entrance, we were handed tickets (face value 40 Baht) and told to be back in about 80 minutes.
The museum has an old Japanese locomotive out front, a helicopter, light aircraft, pieces of various munitions and weapons and a few other displays. Everything is housed in a variety of buildings and open areas which are hard to navigate and mixed with things that appear to have nothing to do with the museum.
As part of the tour it was worth 10-20 minutes to walk around but it's really nothing special and I wouldn't go through much extra effort to visit it.
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