About Us


The Cambodia Landmine Museum

At the Museum we focus on educating our visitors about the dangers of landmines, where they came from, who laid them, how they work, and about their presence in Cambodia. One mine means one life impacted and those odds are still far too high in Cambodia.

Hours of Operation: 7:30 – 17:30 every day of the year

Guided tours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9:00 – 15:00 (English and Japanese)

For large groups interested in a guided tour, we recommend you contact the Museum ahead of time.

 In November 2019, a cafe will be open at the museum! 

Two restaurants (not associated with the Museum) are located outside the Museum, and we highly recommend them.

 All the money raised at the Landmine Museum is spent in Cambodia.

Your tickets, donations, and shop purchases allow us to:

  • Pay all our employees fair salaries
  • Provide students who used to live at the museum with university scholarships
  • Clear landmines and UXOs in Cambodia
  • Build schools in villages that have no access to education
  • Build wells and provide hygiene programs in small villages
Deminers on a minefield
One of the schools built by our sister NGO, RSVP
Certificate of Excellence