The museum exhibits various artifacts discovered during excavations of an area called "Khuan Luk Pat" or a bead mound behind Wat Khlong Thom. Unearthed artifacts include stone tools, bronze implements, metal coins, pottery shards, ceramic and stone decorative art and colored beads that are over 5,000 years old. This Museum is situated within the compound of Wat Khlong Thom between Kilometer marker 69-70 on Phetchakasem Highway, one kilometer from the District office.
There were excavations behind Khlong Thom temple and an assortment of antique artifacts from the 'Khuan Luk Pat' or literally translated as 'A Mound of Beads' was found. They include stone- and bronze-made tools, metal coins, fragments of ancient pottery and ceramic as well as stone-decorated art pieces and colored droplets, all dated back for more than 5,000 years ago.Opening hours: Daily 8.30-4:30pmContact: 075-622-163Getting there: The museum locates within Khlong Thom Temple area. If travelling by cars, it is between kilometer number 69 and 70 on Phetchakasem Highway, 1 km from the District