I walked to the museum from the city wall. It took 1 and 15 minute. or take a tuk tuk one way and walk back on the main rode to catch a tuk tuk back into the old city. It was not too hot. Pretty straight forward walk. There is signage as you get closer. The building will be surrounded with trees as you are walking around the restaurants.
The museum is good and free. But I put 20bhat as donations. Starts with a 15minute film about the Hill tribe people. It goes thru the various tribes. Good quality film. The 2nd floor breaks down the tribes with pictures, clothes, tools, opium pipes artifacts etc. There is a lot of detail in the each of the tribes. Then the 3 floor has tribe pictures and electronic gear. Not sure what the gear is doing there. The 4th floor has the King and Queen involvement in the tribe. Goes thru a time period to help the tribes.
There is an outdoor museum as well. Once you leave the driveway, turn left and then another left. Less then 5 min down the road. There is an overhead sign. In the outdoor museum, it has the living conditions and artifacts in the natural habitat.
Backside of building is a lake and around the lake has restaurant.
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