Nan National Museum, registered as a museum by Fine Arst Department in 1974, gathers a series of rare antiques, for examples, Lord Buddha statues, utensils, The Black Ivory, music instruments etc. Beside, there are texts, pictures, and figures that help you to learn how ethnic people in Nan have lived their lives.
Go and survey the place. You and your children are going to love it for sure The things inside the museum aren’t the only antiques, but also the museum itself. Yes. The museum is decorated as a Thai traditional house. Not just being decorated, in fact, but it was once a house of a Nan’s ruler, Chao Suriyapongparitdet . That’s why it looks old.