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Ayutthaya Historical Study Centre

Ayutthaya Historical Study Centre

4.3/516 Reviews
Museum
Chantharakasem National Museum

Chantharakasem National Museum

4/522 Reviews
Museum
Chao Sam Phraya Museum

Chao Sam Phraya Museum

4.3/517 Reviews
Museum
Chedi Sri Suriyothai

Chedi Sri Suriyothai

4/510 Reviews
Historical Site
Temple
Museum
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

4.5/5354 Reviews
Art Museum
10:00-21:00, closed every Monday. (Local time)
The Bangkok Art and Culture Centre is known better as BACC. Located at the intersection of Rama I Road and Phayathai Road, it is just across the street from the MBK Shopping Center. It first opened to the public at the end of 2007. This 11-story contemporary art museum has an ultramodern flair. The plaza outdoors has several creative statues where tourists can take souvenir photos before they even entering the museum. The door of the Art Centre opens out on to a plaza where it is often possible to encounter some street performers. This veritable culture and art center of Bangkok is also a favorite spot for flash mobs.
Madame Tussauds Bangkok

Madame Tussauds Bangkok

4.5/5520 Reviews
Wax Museum
Sun - Sat 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM (Local time)
Madame Tussauds Wax Museum Bangkok is the first wax museum in Southeast Asia, located on the 6th floor of the Siam Discovery shopping mall. The wax figures displayed here include political figures from various countries, athletes, anime characters, and many stars of the performing arts. Madame Tussauds Wax Museum Bangkok showcases a perfect marriage of international and Thai cultural charm and history. Under the auspices of the King of Thailand, the Royal Pavilion of the Wax Museum also displays wax figures of the princes and princesses of Thailand to help visitors become better acquainted with the Thai royal family.
Bangkok National Museum

Bangkok National Museum

4.4/5394 Reviews
Museum
Wednesday-Sunday 9:00-16:00, closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and holidays. (Local time)
The forerunner to Bangkok National Museum was founded in 1874. The museum was formerly located in the Grand Palace and then moved to Thammasat University next to Sanam Luang. In 1926, the museum became the National Museum. In addition to traditional cultural relics from various periods, the museum began a modern art collection in 1993. The National Museum has an open floorplan. It is beautiful and exotic. In addition to the main exhibition hall in the middle, the museum has many pavilions nearby as well as several lotus ponds, allowing visitors to quietly admire the grounds.
Siriraj Medical Museum

Siriraj Medical Museum

4.1/590 Reviews
Museum
Nicknamed the "Museum of Death," the Siriraj Medical Museum is actually a collection of small medical museums that serve as a resource for medical students and professionals. Open to the public, the Siriraj’s incredible holdings include bones, preserved organs, pathological fetuses, the mummified corpse of a notorious serial killer, a traditional Thai medicine shop, and much much more. Curious tourists will find the displays fascinating if also a little odd. This is certainly a place worth visiting for the morbidly curious.
Erawan Museum

Erawan Museum

4.6/5318 Reviews
Museum
Erawan Museum began construction in 1994. During the construction period, many miracles happened, so every day there are countless people coming here to pray. The Phra Phrom statues in the museum are made of pure copper. They are the incarnation of the gods in Thai folktales. You can explore the mysteries of Thailand's divine culture in the museum.
Museum of Siam

Museum of Siam

4.3/584 Reviews
Museum
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