The exhibition features a collection of old and modern items that were used every day by both townspeople and villagers. Items like as toys, books, stationery and kitchen and household utensils throughout the years are on display, forming a legacy of the past to be inherited by the present. The modern 3.5-storey building of 3 chambers covers a total area of 232 square metres. The first floor shows an old atmosphere of shop houses that date from before 1957, including a cafe, pharmacy, barber shop, and others. There are also rooms with changing exhibitions and various topics.
170/17 Mu 17, Khlong Pho Land, Soi Khlong Pho 2, Sala Thammasop Rd
Nearest Transit: Victory Monument BTS Station (Lines: Sukhumvit)
+66 8 9666-200
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