The city's newest high-tech interactive museum, Nitas Rattanakosin recaps two centuries of Bangkok history in one day
Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall is an interactive self- learning centre with state-of-the-art multimedia technologies giving information on history, arts, and culture of the Rattanakosin era (since 1782). In a renovated building, there are 7 exhibition rooms each representing a part of the grandeur of Rattanakosin, the former capital of Thailand. Visitors can view 4D multimedia spectacles, see the most perfect model of the Grand Palace and the animation illustrating the legend of the Emerald Buddha, or enjoy the 360 degree multimedia demonstration of various forms of entertainment in the Rattanakosin period. From the fourth floor of the building, visitors will get a magnificent view of Ratchadamnoen Road, as well as a closer look of the Loha Prasat (Metal Castle) and, Wat Saket, the Golden Mount.
All exhibits are displayed in Thai and English and there are tours available in English leaving every 20 minutes, lasting up to 2 hours (2 routes available).
Operating Day : Tuesday - Sunday
Operating Time : 11:00 A.M. - 08:00 P.M.
BTS Sky train Siam station.
Price Doesn't Include:
Tickets are 100 baht per person. ($3)
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