The museum, located in an old jail that was used until the end of the 19th century, is filled with realistic wax figures, who replicate the lives of the prisoners in the former Thai prison. In the prison cells, and the daily lives of prisoners, you can see the different torture methods used through different times and generations, different tools, machines and equipment, which cause much pain and suffering to those being torture.
There are many torture devices here. For example, a hook that is stuck under the chin of a prisoner, so that any movement or sleep causes pain. Or putting the prisoner into a ball to punish him. Inside the ball, on its inside, were a mass of nails. After the prisoner was put in, the ball was given to an elephant to be played with. This, of course, led to endless pain for the prisoner, with every thump of the elephant, the ball moved and dozens of nails were stuck in the body of the poor prisoner inside.
At "Block 1" you can see the method used to execute prisoners. We won't go into details, but will say that the more humane way to do this was to put the prisoner behind a curtain with a target drawn on the curtain, so the executioner who was shooting did not need to see his victim.
The museum is not recommended for those with a weak heart, or kids.