The Chao Sam Phraya National Museum, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province

The head of Buddha image from Wat Thamikaraj. U-Thong style
which featuring the image can be dated back to the period before the establishment of Ayutthaya Capital City
This is on Rochana Road, opposite the city wall. It houses various antique bronze Buddha images and famous carved panels and different kings of Buddhist altars. A receptacle at the Thai Pavilion contains relics of Lord Buddha and objects of art more than 500 years old. The museum also has a substantial collection of local artifacts.

Caparisoned elephant gold, encrusted with Gem, Ayutthaya style, early 15th century A.D.

The museum is open everyday except Monday and Tuesday and National Holidays from 9.00 a.m.-4.00 p.m.

Model of round or bell-shaped stupa gold inland with Gem, Ayutthaya style, early 15th century A.D.


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