Museum Siam is a discovery museum housed in a European’s style 19th century building that was once the former building of the Ministry of Commerce. The theme of the exhibits is to show national identity history of Thailand from past to present. The presentation includes ‘Typical Thai', 'Bangkok', 'New Ayutthaya Kingdom', 'Village Life', 'Change', 'Politics and Communications', 'Thailand and the World', 'Thailand Today', Thailand Tomorrow', 'Introduction to Suvarnabhumi', 'Suvarnabhumi', 'Buddhism', 'Founding of Ayutthaya', 'Siam' and 'War'.
Location: 4 Maha Rat Road, Phra Borom Maha Ratchawang, Phra Nakhon, Bangkok, 10200
Operating hours: 10:00 am – 18:00 pm except Mondays
Admission fee for foreigners: 300 Baht
How to get there from KMUTT:
The best way to get there is by Uber or Taxi.
By bus: Take bus no.21 from KMUTT and get off at the ATM mall stop. Walk along Mahachai Road until you reach Pahurat Road. Continue your way toward Sanamchai Road. Turn left. The museum will be on your right.