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Ramkhamhaeng National Museum

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Address: Muang Kao Sub-district, Sukhothai, Thailand
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+66 55 612 167

The extensive collection of art objects and antiques of the Sukhothai style...

The extensive collection of art objects and antiques of the Sukhothai style are divided into three parts: Ramkhamhaeng National Museum building, Lai Sue Thai Memorial building and the outdoor museum.

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History of Sukhothai

Located across the road from the Sukhothai historical park, the museum tells us more about the history of the town and houses some of the artifacts unearthed during the excavation... read more

Reviewed 11 March 2017
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
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Chiang Mai, Thailand
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Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

A unique look into the past history of this great nation. If your in the Sukothai district it's a definite must see.

Thank Steve M
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
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Reviewed 11 March 2017

Located across the road from the Sukhothai historical park, the museum tells us more about the history of the town and houses some of the artifacts unearthed during the excavation and restoration. The museum is divided into 5 sections. The entrance building tells about the history of Sukhothai. The large double storied second building is the most important building of... More 

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Reviewed 11 January 2017

This is a good starting point before you enter the park . There is some good artifacts but unless you are a true historian I wouldn't linger more than an hour . There is so much more to see outside!!

Thank easterntreker
Bangkok, Thailand
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Reviewed 28 December 2016

This museum is full of ancient stuff like Buddha statues from many places. There are English and Thai description in every exhibition so don't worry about misunderstanding things. You need at least 1.30 hrs to explore all.

Thank murrayviolet
Melbourne, Australia
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 53 helpful votes
Reviewed 16 September 2016

The entrance to the museum is over the road from the Charot Withithong Road entrance to the Sukhothai Historical Park. 150 baht entry, it is a great museum and worth finding some time to visit. Built in 1963 to house finds from local archaeological digs, there is a lot to see in the three buildings and displays in the well... More 

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Reviewed 26 April 2016

Not a whole lot to review here. Not much of a welcome from staff either. Some of the photographic and printed exhibits are very faded. There are lots of Budda statues but nothing inspiring.

Thank Chris O
Sydney, Australia
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Reviewed 13 March 2016

The entrance to The Ramkhamhaeng National Museum is located in Charot Withithong Road opposite an entrance gate and ticket office to Sukhothai Historical Park. It is open from 9.00am daily and an entrance fee of 150 Baht is charged for non-Thais. It is so named after King Ramkhamhaeng who is credited with the creation of the Thai alphabet and who... More 

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Washington DC, District of Columbia
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Reviewed 4 March 2016 via mobile

At the end of my visit of 13 wats, my tuktuk driver took me to this beautiful museum. Entrance fee is 150 bahts per person. After paying the entrance fee, I was told to leave my bag inside a "closet" and to keep its related key. The exhibits are located inside an air-conditioned building. There are two floors of exhibits... More 

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Reviewed 12 February 2016

The history of Thailand is all shown here. Take time to read the card placements and learn more about some of the sights you have seen or are about to see

1 Thank karentraveller
Redbank, Australia
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Reviewed 5 January 2016 via mobile

You need more than a day here look look ar everything. A truly beautiful place & one well worth the effort to visit as you will not be disappointed.

Thank FourPlay26

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