|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
I’m sure this is one of the best museum in thailand. Super well-organized exhibition and staffs are very helpful. The topics of the exhibition changed over a year but not very often. Somehow, they always have a very unique way of presenting them and that makes it very interesting to visit the museum. Moreover, there’s a parking lot!!! Though it’s not very big but I believe it’s enough for visitor. There’s also a MRT station in front of it (not yet operated, still on progress).
Too many museums in Thailand. Most of them have the same information. Visited too many museums will feel that they are not precious. Nothing stunning. There is an event now call gender illumination for free entry which is a campaign that telling gay, lesbian and transgender be confident.
One of the best museum experience I've ever had in my life. Thought-provoking, covers both ancient and contemporary history, free audio guide, located near other major attractions (Grand Palace and Wat Pho) too. Ticket costs 200B each, takes around 1.5-2 hours to go through all exhibition rooms. Worth visiting.
Cool concept and mostly well executed but could be improved upon. For one, the audio tour didn’t add much and in some cases may have actually detracted from parts of the exhibit. Even with some of the areas for improvement, however, I still thought it was a worthy experience and I’m glad I checked out.
This is honestly the best museum I have ever been to. Extremely interactive and entertaining to use and learn. If you are a student(even if non-Thai) ticket is only 50baht. A must-see place in Bangkok.
Very well presented museum in a beautiful building but it's level is mainly for children, which is great if you happen to be a child. I would have preferred a little bit more historical depth. There are also many gaps in the history presented. That may be to do with legal limits to what they can legally say. Glad i went though.
This is a modern style museum. They serve audio and display guidances. Few ancient statues. At least it will be fun for 1hour. Then go to a Wat pho. You can walk not over 7min.
Spent a good few hours here, had a good time and only cost 200 baht. Would recommend this as a good way to spend the afternoon. Way better value for money than the royal palace (and they have air conditioning!)
The grounds of the museum are very clean and well maintained. The entrance is exactly as marked on Google maps, so I found it easily. There are many place to sit on the grass in the shade and I found the main building beautiful and aesthetically pleasing. The museum is also free entrance on public holidays, which would made for an interesting day out in an unusual spot.
It's a well organized museum. The themed exhibits are interesting and thought provoking. They combine cultural, political, and historical aspects of Thai national identity. I've only visited once, but I hear that they change up the exhibits every few months or so giving the museum additional intrigue for multiple visits.
A modern and contemporary interactive museum to learn other aspects of the Thai culture at the old style beautiful architecture. The place was previously the site of Ministry of Commerce before it is relocated to the suburb and later this place was turned into a museum. Soon there will be subway station emerging right in front of the museum so later it will be much easier to get here and avoid all the parking headaches around the vicinity.
Interesting museum about the culture of Thailand from all aspects. Interactive, diverse, beautiful. Excellent for kids! My kids spent a lot of hours there and enjoyed it a lot. They also learned new things about Thailand. So did I.
nice place with contemporary and modern design. Always published great exhibition and activities; included Bangkok Edge 2018 which variety of interesting activities are included. Very well organized. Parking lot is available but too few, thus better take public transportation.
I went here with my family. (3 kids) They came from France. This museum was not just for taking a look. There were some interactive activities that pleased our kids a lot. We learnt more about Thailand here in the fun way. Souvenir shop downstairs sold some interesting things that were worth to buy also. Highly recommended.