National Museum Bangkok
National Museum Bangkok
National Museum, the largest of its kind in Southeast Asia, contains and 18th century palace and a group of well-designed buildings, housing Thailand's artistic treasures from prehistoric to contemporary. The museum is open daily except Mondays, Tuesdays and national holidays from 9.00 am - 4.00 pm. Tours are conducted by volunteers in English (Tue, Wed, Thu), French (Wed), German (Thu) and Japanese (Tue). Admission is 40 baht. For information tel : 224-1333.

View of Bawon Satanmongkhon Palace (The Frontal Palace) premises where the National Museum of Bangkok,
The National Theatre and Thammasart University are situated nowadays

1. Gallery of Thai History
2. Gallery of Prehistory
3. Buddhaisawan Chapel
4. Temporary Exhibition Hall
5. Gold Treasures
6. Palanquins
7. Theatre Arts and Games
8. Ceramics
8.1 Ivory
9. Mother of Pearl Inlay
10. Weapons
11. Gold Treasures
12. Stone Inscriptions
13. Wood Carving
14. Textiles
14.1 Buddhist Utensils
15. Musical Instruments
16. Issaretracha Nusorn Hall (Upstair)
17. Funeral Chariot Hall
18. Mangkhalaphisak Pavilion
19. Patihantasanai Pavilion
20. Samranmukhamat Pavilion
21. Sal Longsong Pavilion
22. The Red House

National Museum Bangkok
Na Phra That Road, BKK 10200
Tel. 2241404, 2241333, 244-1396
Fax: 2241404, 2249911
Bus No. 3, 15, 30, 31, 32, 33, 39, 53, 59, 64, 70, 81, 203
Air-conditioned Bus No. 6, 39,7
The Museum is open every day from 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. except Mondays, Tuesdays and National Holidays. Admission fee is 20 baht. Guide tours are provided in the mornings as follows. They commence at 9.30 a.m. from the ticket dest
Thai Art, Religion and Culture
Pre-Thai and Art
Thai Art and Culture
Thai Culture and Pottery
Buddhaisawan Chapel
Pre-Thai and Thai Art
In English
every Wednesday
every Thursday
In French
every Wednesday
In German
every Thursday
In Japan
1st, 2nd Wednesday of the month
3rd Wednesday of the month
4th, 5th Wednesday of the month