King Prajadhipok Museum

This early 1900s, neo classical mansion designed by architect Charles Beguelin is dedicated to narrate the life and works of King Prajadipok (Rama VII), whose reign saw Thailand’s greatest political regime transition from absolute monarchy to constitutional monarchy in 1932. Browse around all nine exhibition chambers and you will learn the the history of the current Chakri Dynasty, King Prajadipok’s life prior to and during the throne, and the complexity of political transition. Guests will also get to see precious old pictures of royal ceremonies as well as old film, letters and music scores related to his life.

Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday (include public holidays) from 9.00 am. to 4.00 pm.
Admission: 40 Baht

Credit: TAT
Address : located at the preserved building of the Public Works Department at the foot of Phan Fa Lilat Bridge at the corner of Lan Luang Road in Phra Nakhon District.
Tel : 0 2280 3413-4, 0 2280 3445-6

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