Nakhon Si Thammarat National Museum - Part 1
This museum is located at the southern end of the main Rajdamneon Road and was opened in 1974. It displays religious art from the Dvaravati and Srivijayan periods to the Rattanakosin era. Various images of Buddha exist in the displays made in the distinctive local Sing style. Two bronze drums made by the Dong Son peoples of northern Vietnam are another display in the museum. The museums only OK and certainly doesn't warrant the hefty admission fee.