How to get there:
Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum,
St.113, Beoung Keng Kang III, Chamkarmorn,
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Street: 113 / Corner 350
Visitors may purchase tickets only at the museum entrance. Cambodian visitors are always admitted free of charge. Out of respect for the victims, please wear appropriate clothing when visiting the museum. In Cambodian culture, as in most places around the world, shorts and sleeveless shirts are not considered respectful attire at memorial and religious sites.
Open every day from: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Non Cambodian Adults: $5.00
Non Cambodian Citizen: between 10-18: $3.00
Cambodian Citizen: Free of charge
Personal guide – donation only
Cambodian: 1,00 $
Non Cambodian: 3,00 $
Photography for non-commercial, personal or research use is permitted. Permission is required for any commercial purpose.
Guests will be admitted only with appropriate clothing. As in many places in the world, Cambodian culture dictates that legs and arms be covered at commemorative and religious sites.Regulations for visitors and persons staying on the grounds of the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum
1. General information
- The Museum and all the historical structures and items located on its grounds make up an integral whole protected by law. It is prohibited to move, remove or damage any of the structures or items on the grounds of the Museum and under its protection.
- Due to safety reasons, ongoing conservation works or in other special circumstances, access to some areas and buildings on the Museum grounds may be restricted or entirely prohibited under a decision of the Museum Director.
- The Museum is open to visitors all year round. The opening hours are 8:00am – 5:00pm.
- Entry on the grounds of the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum is permitted only with the valid Entry Pass. The Museum offers free Entry Pass for Cambodian Citizens, non-Cambodian students, foreigners under 18 year-old and researchers in the field of culture and education. Free entry pass is required an original ID for non-Cambodian visitors.
- The Museum may be visited individually or with an educator authorized by the Museum, according to the Entry Pass held by the visitor. The educator provides content-related guidance during the tour around the Museum.
2. Order regulations
- On the grounds of the Museum, visitors should behave with the appropriate solemnity and respect, and dress in a manner befitting a place of this nature.
- While on the Museum grounds, visitors must follow instructions of the educators and the Museum staff. It is permitted to move only around the areas and structures specifically made available for this purpose. Visitors should remain particularly cautious because of the specific characteristics of the area (including unevenness of surfaces) resulting from the historical authenticity of the site.
On the grounds of the Museum, it is prohibited to:
- Consume food or alcohol, smoke and use e-cigarettes.
- Use vehicles of any kind except for wheelchairs and baby pushchairs.
- Enter blocks and other structures in the Museum with baby pushchairs.
- Enter with animals, either walked or carried (the prohibition does not apply to guide dogs accompanying disabled persons).
- Enter with flags on poles, banners, posters, advertisements; conduct canvassing or door-to-door sales.
- Research surveys may occasionally be conducted with authorization by the Museum Director.
- Possess weapons, items and substances which may pose a danger to life, health, or safety.
- Use musical instruments, radio receivers or other acoustic devices.
- Use mobile phones in the exhibition buildings.
- Use drone cameras on the grounds of the Museum without authorization of the Museum Director.
- Enter under the influence of alcohol or other intoxicative substances.
4. Final provisions
Entry onto the Museum grounds constitutes acceptance of these Regulations. Legal measures as specified in the applicable legal provisions will be taken against persons who do not follow these rules.
Groups more than 10 people, including school groups, are welcome to contact the Museum for more information about reserving special tour guides, the activity room or the use of other facilities at the Museum. Notifying us in advance about your visit will help us to make your visit truly memorable.
Tel: 023 6655 395/077 252 121
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