The museum houses the country's most important collection of
ancient Cambodian culture and Khmer art. It is made up of four
galleries containing relics, sculpture, art and crafts covering
history from the pre-Angkor period (4th century) until the present.
The pieces are arranged in chronological order and the collection
continues to grow as new treasures previously hidden from the Khmer
Rouge are discovered. There are also original relics and sculptures
from the temples of Angkor.
Address: Next to the Royal Palace, on Streets 178 and 13 Website: www.cambodiamuseum.info Telephone: (0)23 21 1753 Opening Time: Open daily, from 8am to 5pm (last ticket sold at
4.30pm) Admission: US$3
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