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Yangon National Museum
The National Museum of Myanmar or Yangon National Museum is the national museum of Myanmar located at No. 66/74, Pyay Road, Dagon Township Yangon opened on June 23, 1990. The museum was founded in 1952 at the former Jubilee Hall. In 1970, the museum was moved to a larger building on Pansodan Street. It is now housed in a 5-storey purpose-built building surrounded by landscaped grounds.

Yangon Drugs Elimination Museum
The Drug Elimination Museum was opened with ceremony on June 26, 2001. It is located at the corner of Kyundaw Road and Hanthawady Road in Kamayut Township, Yangon in Burma. It is deciated to the International day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. The Museum will go down in history as a concrete landmark by truly reflecting the history of Myanmar's concerted national efforts to combat narcotic drugs in the country.

Mon State Cultural Museum
The Mon State Cultural Museum is a museum located at No 50, Htawai Bridge Road & Baho Road, in Mawlamyine, Mon State in Burma. It displays musical instruments, bronzeware, silverware, cabinets for keeping Buddhist artefacts, and divans used by the daughter of King. It was established in March 1990.

Myanmar Motion Picture Museum
The Myanmar Motion Picture Museum is a film museum dedicated to the Cinema of Burma located in Yangon. It was established in November 1998 to display the efforts of successful film directors, actors and producers in the motion picture history of the country.

Myanmar Gems Museum
Myanmar Gems Museum is a museum of Myanmar located at No -66, Kaba Aye Pagoda Road, Mayangone Township, Yangon, Union of Myanmar. This museum is opened on four-storey building and very close to the Kaba Aye Pagoda. The jewellery shops are located on the first and second floors, while the museum is on the third floor. The gems fair and auction held twice a year in March and October before 2006. Many jewel dealers from all over the world come here at that time.

Drugs Elimination Museum
The Drugs Elimination Museum is a museum located in Laukkai, Kokang Area in Shan State (North) Special Region 1 in Burma. It was opened on 27 December 2000. It show the public through the display of photographs featuring how the poppy growing practice originated, the ill-effects of narcotic drugs and measures taken for narcotic drugs control.

Kayin State Cultural Museum
The Kayin State Cultural Museum is a museum in Hpa-an, Kayin State in Burma that displays figurines of Kayin national races, ivory, musical instruments, Buddha's images, household utensils, looms, lacquer wares and literature of the Kayin races. The museum was established in November 1992.

Taung Dwin Gyi Cultural Museum
The Taung Dwin Gyi Cultural Museum is a museum to display cultural materials of the Pyu Period excavated from ancient city. It houses lacquer wares, clay-pipes, Pyu coins, glass-wares, Buddha images, burial, palanquins and divans located in Near Shwe Inntaung Pagoda, Taungdwingyi, Magway District, Magway Division. It was established in December 1996.


Shan State Cultural Museum
The Shan State Cultural Museum is a museum located at Bogyoke Aung San Road & Eintawshay Road, in Taunggyi, Burma. It displays divans, swords, fans, chairs used by Sawbwa (Shan Chief of former times), old paintings, coins and traditional customes of the Shan races. It was established in March 1989.

Rakhine State Cultural Museum
The Rakhine State Cultural Museum is a museum that display figurings of Rakhine races and their traditional dresses, traditional looms and arts of Rakhine people, models of stone inscriptions, musical instruments, coins, Buddha images, paintings, 62 kinds of hair-knot and located at No 70, Main Road & Yetwin Road, Sittwe, Rakhine State. It is established in February 1996.

The Planetarium is an astronomy museum that display facts about stars, planets and the Universe, located at No 57, Ahlon Road., Dagon Township, Yangon in Burma. It was established in 1968. Admission fees is 2 US $ and opening hour is from 10:00 am to 3:30 pm (from Tuesday to Sunday).

Pathein Cultural Museum
The Pathein Cultural Museum is a museum in Pathein, Ayeyarwady Division in Burma. Established in December 1990 it displays Pathein bamboo umbrellas, Buddha images, paintings, bronze drums, weapons, lacquer-wares and clay pipes, folk, arts materials, and bronze weights used in 19th century.

Mandalay Cultural Museum
The Mandalay Cultural Museum is a museum located between 80th Road and 24th Road, in Mandalay, Burma. It displays objects of past ministers over the centuries, including materials and furniture used by King Mindon and King Thibaw, paintings by Royal artist Saya Chon and sculptures. The museum charges US$ 2 to foreign visitors. For Burmese people, the charge is 500 Kyats for adults and 250 kyats for children.

Kayah State Cultural Museum
The Kayah State Cultural Museum is a museum that display bronze drums used in wedding and funeral occasions, stone beads, household utensils, traditional looms, traditional dresses, silverware, weapons,paintings and musical instruments of the Kayah people and located at No 13/C Kunni Road & 10th Road, Loikaw, Kayah State in Burma. It was established in August 1996.

Chin State Cultural Museum
The Chin State Cultural Museum is a museum that display bronze-wares, silverwares, traditional dresses, household utensils were made by bamboo, clay-pipes, musical instruments, weapons of the Chin races and located at Bogyoke Road, Hakha, Chin State.

The Kachin State Cultural Museum
The Kachin State Cultural Museum is a museum that display figures of Kachin national races and their traditional dresses, traditional looms & textile patterns, silverware & jewellery, household utensils, musical instruments, weapons and models of houses lived in by Kachin people. It is located at No 3, Yongyi Road and Thakhin Nat Pe Road, Myitkyina, Kachin State

Bogyoke Aung San Muse
The Bogyoke Aung San Museum is a museum dedicated to General Aung San, located in Yangon. It was established in 1962 to display the efforts of General Aung San and memoral of Aung San. It is located in No 15, Bogyoke Museum Lane, Bahan Township, Yangon. It displays objects from the two storey building where General Aung San stayed until he was assassinated, including furniture, dresses, books, the car used by General Aung San, and his family photos.