This Museum was built on the house of the late Deputy Chairman of the Executive Council, General Aung San who was one of the most influential person involving the Independence of Burma.
General Aung San had lived in this house from the May of 1945 until the day he was assassinated in July of 1947.
This western style house was actually build in 1920 in quiet residential area. The first floor is left exactly as with the original furniture, kitchen and family room. There are pictures of General Aung San and his genealogy. The second floor has the bedrooms, children’s room, den and living room.
This Museum was once closed in 2007; however it has reopened to the public as of March, 2013.
Admission: 300 Kyat
Open Hours: 09:30 - 16:30
How to get to: Approximately 2000 Kyat by Taxi