Roi Et National Museum
The Roi Et National museum was founded by Dr. Ko Sawatdiphanit to showcase local silk textiles and handicrafts of Roi Et province. It was later renovated and turned into a national museum when the Fine Arts Department passed a policy to set up a national museum in the province. Today, it showcases the province’s geography, natural resources, archaeology, history, way of life and local hand-woven silk products. Located on Phloen Chit Road, the museum is also situated near City Hall. The museum is open Wednesdays to Sundays from 9.00 am-4.00 pm (except for public holidays). Entry is 30 baht. For more information, call 0 4351 4456.