I visited this museum on the recommendation of the special car driver (thank you lady in Phuket for a taxi) and was pleasantly surprised and really thanked her. This cool place is full of interesting historical displays, educational storyboards, archaeological artifacts, seashells and other aquatic creatures (see Giant ......) and is well laid out for a gradual visual enjoyment (see my social network video for more details). I would recommend leaving a half day or day if you can and adding this to your trip to Phuket. The 200 baht ticket per person is a bit expensive but the museum is well worth a visit. The layout is great and each type of shell has detailed information. Really worth a visit. The shop upstairs has a variety of souvenirs of shells and a lady will follow you with a fan! If you have collected shells by the sea as a child, this is a must see!
Well worth going. The shell category is very beautiful. The kids loved it and I loved it too. The ground floor is the showroom. The ground floor is a market for various shells and I bought the shell refrigerator stickers and small bags of shells as a souvenir. [view] Five Stars [interest] Five Stars [price/performance] Five Stars
Nice surpriseI came here on a tour around, and really didn''t think it would be of interest. How wrong I was! The displays were beautifully done, clearly labelled and the collection covered shells from all around the world.As it turned out I could happily have spent much longer than the 30 minutes we had allocated for the visit.
The shell weighs up to hundreds of kilograms, and the lighter is only millimeters of sand, need to be seen with a magnifying glass.
With children, people who like shells should go to see, very good, adults 200B, children 100B, free of charge under 3 years old, the place is not big, it is estimated that people who come to Phuket go to the beach, no one visit the shell museum, our group of 10 people is equal to the chartered stadium.