Muang Udon Thani Museum, Udon Thani

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2.8/5 based on 20 reviews on the web
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  • Udon Thani is a museum where you can see the history of renovations. Tessa van 6 If you want to go to school has thesaban 6 visit to school.
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  • Udon Thani Museum of local lore. The exhibition presents painting and graphic arts of the end of the 19-early 20 century, photographs, items of clothing and the Interior of the time, sometimes organized exhibitions of contemporary work by artists.
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  • Still, this museum is being renovated. I was there in February 2016 because his it next month. The building is in good condition, it has newly renovated's outside. I was told that an exhibition on the first floor opens next month may 2016. The exhibition on the ground floor was uncertain. Although the Museum was closed, I asked if I can go to the top. A man said it would be open on the first floor. I could look at a part of the planned exhibition on the first floor. There was no light, officially was here not already open. There is a room dedicated to Prince Dudley he is considered the founder of Udon Thani. Then there is another room. Dedicated to a Buddhist monk. He lived and worked in the temple named WAT PA ban tat which is situated about 20 km south of Udon Thani. Hoff at last it is done sometimes.
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  • Fully Renovated i have the latest photos you are welcome to view.
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  • Unfortunately had to today (Saturday). It is still built around the garden is like a farm. What a pity
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  • Learn the history of the udon. In front of the entrance to reception and curators who are greeted with a smile. Model of a typical udon, burn Chang site-photos exhibited in the building in the history of ISAN are shown each year. People come to regret a little when I arrived was just another one of those. Staff is becoming increasingly dilapidated and the after the rain was leaking in the 2nd floor rooms. We donated will solicit donations beside admission admission is free but there is a little too. I was sorry to hear that I want to survive, come long building is heavy and underserved in our management. (Cost is greater than anyone might).
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  • Interesting.
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