Ramkhamhaeng National Museum

Opened in 1964, this museum contains a collection of artefacts, including ceramics, day to day items, ancient inscriptions and some of the more elaborate and well preserved stone carvings from the sites of Sukhothai.

It’s a good place to begin or end your tour of the ruins and provides a more rounded picture of what Sukhothai was really like centuries ago.

The 150 baht price tag, however, is slightly over the top, so you could skip it if pinching your baht.The imposing white museum is located just east of the central park front gates.


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