Nan Christian School Museum in Nan
The Nan Christian School Museum, also sometimes called The Red School or Rangsri Kasem, is an about 100 years old building that was once Nan Christian Girls School. It is part of the still active Nan Christian School. If you are a history lover this is one of the best places to go in Nan. Not only for the exhibition of the history of Nan, but also for this wonderful building that luckily has been spared from demolition or modern renovation. When you enter the building at the entrance hall, on the right side is a small office where you can ask to be guided by one the local teachers (limited English). Next to this office room is a small room dedicated to pre-historical Nan. All living quarters of the staff and class-rooms are used as exhibition rooms with photos of historical Nan.
When to go to Nan Christian School Museum?All year around, from Monday to Friday from 9:00 - 16:00. Entrance is free, but your donation is appreciated.
How to get there?
The Nan Christian School Museum can easily be reached by Walking, Samlor or Bicycle. Nan Christian School Museum is located in Nan town, about 500m from the Nan River. Be aware that the museum is part of an school that is still in use and that this school has 2 buildings 500m apart.
Location of Nan Christian School Museum
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|Interior of the entrance|