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The Museum was founded by Sgt Maj Thawee, it comprises three buidings of fascinating memorobilia collected by the Sgt Major Thawee. Opposite the Museum is a foundary where they make Bronze Buddha Images. The entry fee for the museum is fifty baht...more
This is a hidden gem. Don’t just stay one night on your way to or from Sukhothai - stay to see this little museum! Then you will also have time to visit the wats around town and the small “Buddha-workshop” close to the museum. Sgt.Maj....More
...about this place is it is exceptionally well maintained and clean. Usually private collections turned into small tourist museums are not. Every display seems to have a well written English description as well. One can spend some time here and learn a lot about a...More
The Thawee Folk Museum is deceptively good, and covers so many aspects of local life in and around the region. A really dedicated collection by Sgt, Major Thawee, funded from his own resources, spans many eras with some remarkable exhibits, covering several rooms, upstairs and...More
This museum is set up to to show you various aspects of typical Thai life in the past. Interestingly laid out with lots of nik naks and information cards.
Across the road there is the foundry where they produce replicas of the Buddha for various...More
This is an interesting museum located across the tracks from Phitsanulok’s city center. It is a 20+ minute walk to the museum from the train station. The museum compound is comprised of five traditional Thai structures, each one housing the massive collection of tools, photographs,...More
I will say first it really depends on what your into, I work as a carpenter and artisan so this quirky little museum was right up my street what they are attempting to do is archive the past traditions, lifestyles and crafts which are unfortunately...More
This was one of the highlights of our time in Phitsanulok. A very interesting and diverse collection of things from the last 100 years in Thailand. Not crowded, peaceful grounds, clear English and Thai descriptions of all the items.