This museum tells the story of how landmines were implemented, and are being steadily cleared in the Kingdom. Nearly 4,000 defused landmines are on display. The entire revenue raised by ticket sales – $5 for adults, free for kids and Khmers – is used to help clear landmines, build rural schools, provide staff salaries and care for the 32 children at the adjoining Relief Center. The NGO is also teaching local farmers how to increase their yields. Visitors can don body armor and using a mine detector to search for more benevolent subterranean items.
So why not give them a visit today? You can find them right here.