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Coin Museum



Coin Museum Chiang mai building


Chiangmai Numismatic Museum (The Treasury Pavilion):

Also referred to as the Coin Museum It is a quiet little museum with rare old Thai coins.
This museum features a fascinating exhibition of antique Thai Coins, insignias of rank, and a collection of paraphernalia. Enthusiasts can also purchase treasury notes and coinage to add to their collections.


Located at 52 Rajdamnern Road, in the old city
OPEN : 09:00 am - 03:30 pm ( Monday to Saturdays Only).
CONTACT:  Tel: (66 53) 224 237-8

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