Tuesday, 27 September 2022

Bangkok Noi District Museum

The Culture, Sports and Tourism Departmenthas initiated the project of Bangkok Metropolitan Local Museum in 2003. At the beginning, there were local museums founded in 4 pilot districts, and one of them is Bangkok Noi District Museum. It is established by the Bureau of Social Welfare in order to circulate the knowledge about history, culture, art and wisdom to local communities. Bangkok Noi District Museum utilizes a building of SuwannaramWittayakom School. It is accessible by bus numbers: 40, 42, 56, 68, 80, 175, 510 and 509.

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Bangkok Noi District Museum exhibits the rapid growth of communities along the New Chao Phraya River in a beautiful and realistic way. In the Royal Criminal law, such communities were referred to as “Thonburi Sri MahaSamut”. The museum also depicts the physical topography in the past, the origin of Bangkok, and other important places, such as Bangkok Noi rail station, Siriraj hospital, the Naval Dockyard, etc. The exhibition also covers the life of PhraSomdejBuddhajahnTohPhromrangsi, the highly venerable monk who resided in Bangkok Noi district. Visitors will get to know about the glorious past including the liberation of the country by King Taksin the Great and the massive immigration to settle down in Thonburi. There are a large number of photographs and models to illustrate each of the stories. bangkok-noi-districtmuseum

Bangkok Noi District Museum is open to the public on Wednesday – Sunday, from 10.00 – 15.30. It closes on Mondays, Tuesdays and public holidays. Free entrance for all visitors.



  • Wednesday-Sunday from 9.30 am-4.30 pm and free admission
  • 10.00 – 15.30
  • Tel :  +66 2424 6873 or +668-6989-3733 or the Recreational Division, the Bureau of Social Welfare at 0 2246 0301-2 ext. 2588.