The National Museum of Cambodia is located on Street
13 in central Phnom Penh, next to the Royal Palace. The visitor’s
entrance to the compound and the admissions ticket booth are at
the corner of Streets 13 and 178.
Opening hours are from 8.00am until 5.00pm daily. Last admission
tickets are sold at 4.30pm.
Admission costs are $5 for foreign visitors, 500
riels for Cambodians. Children and school groups are free
Guided tours can be arranged for individuals or groups at the
museum entrance. Tours are available in Khmer, English, French
and Japanese. A one hour group tour costs
Photography is not permitted within the museum galleries, but
visitors are welcome to film or photograph the museum exterior
and courtyard. Those wishing to obtain images of the museum
or collection for study or Publications should email
the museum to request an application form or contact a staff
Smoking is not permitted inside the museum.
The Museum store is located at the main entrance. Postcards,
souvenirs, replica sculptures and books on a variety of art
and culture topics are available.
Cloakroom facilities are available at the main entrance. Please
leave large items and bags here.
Bathrooms are located downstairs near the main entrance. See
the map overleaf for
map overleaf for details.
Donations to the museum are greatly appreciated and contribute
to operating costs, programmes to protect Cambodian heritage
and museum maintenance. Donation boxes are located near the
main entrance, or contact a member of staff.