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Bangkok’s National Museum
Address: 4 Na Phrathat Road
Open: Wednesday to Sunday from 09.00 till 16.00
Entrance: 50 baht
Transport: with the bus no 3, 6, 7, 38, 39, 80, 82, 91

The Bangkok National Museum was founded in 1874 by King Rama V in order to expose their private collection of objects and the country’s works of art, as well as the ones brought from his travels around the world. The collection grew and is today the most important art exhibition in Southeast Asia. It ranges from the Neolithic to modern times.
The museum's location was changed to the current place of "Wang Na" in 1926.
The guided tours in English are highly recommended and they are done by volunteers every Wednesday and Thursday at 09.30.


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