They are famous for haunting trees at night with their distinctive hoots and swooping on mice and other prey, and now they're stopping traffic. A giant bamboo sculpture with bright eyes peers from the entrance of the Owl Art Museum in Nakhon Chaisi, Nakhon Pathom province, never failing to attract the attention of motorists.
Sculptures in the Owl Art Museum, where more than 2,000 items are displayed.
A stone's throw from the busy Thana Market, the thatched roof hides a museum with an atmosphere of art, a place full of decorative items in the shape of owls, or reflecting the distinctive characteristics of the nocturnal birds. From furniture sets, terra cotta lamps, plant pots to candleholders, visitors get the sense of the variety of artistic possibilities the moment they first step into the place.
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