10 Things to Never Forget on visiting Nan National Museum Thailand

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September 5, 2017

10 Things to Never Forget on visiting Nan National Museum Thailand

Nan National Museum Thailand is one of beautiful place to visiting in Thailand during vacation. Home in the 1903 vintage palace of Nan’s last two feudal lords, Nan National Museum Thailand first opened its doors in 1973. In terms of collection and content, Nan National Museum Thailand is one of the country’s better provincial museums, and has English labels for most items. Nan National Museum Thailand was closed for renovations at the time of writing but is expected to reopen with much the same focus.

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Nan National Museum Thailand ground floor has ethnological exhibits covering the various ethnic groups found in the province. Among the items on display are silverwork, textiles, folk utensils and tribal costumes.

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On the 2nd floor Nan National Museum Thailand are exhibits on Nan history, archaeology, local architecture, royal regalia, weapons, ceramics and religious art. Of the latter, Nan National Museum Thailand collection of Buddha images includes some rare Lanna styles as well as the floppy-eared local styles. Also on display on the 2nd floor Nan National Museum Thailand is a rare ‘black’ elephant tusk said to have been presented to a Nan lord over 300 years ago by the Khün ruler of Chiang Tung (Kyaingtong).

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