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National Science Museum
The National Science Museum is a science museum in Thailand. Located in Khlong Luang district, Pathum Thani province, it was officially opened in 2000 to celebrate Her Majesty Queen Sirikit's 60th birthday. The museum is operated under the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment.

Supreme Artist Hall
The Supreme Artist Hall is a museum in Khlong Luang district, Pathum Thani Province, Thailand.

JEATH War Museum
The JEATH War Museum is one of two war museums in Thailand about the Death Railway built from 1942 to 1943 by Allied POWs under the direction of the Japanese. The museum was founded in 1977 and is located on the grounds of a temple at the junction of the Khwae Yai and Khwae Noi rivers in Kanchanaburi. The acronym JEATH stands for the four main nationalities involved in the construction of the railway: Japanese, English, Australian, and Thai.

Nakhon Si Thammarat National Museum
Nakhon Si Thammarat National Museum is a museum located on Rachadamnoen Road in the town of Nakhon Si Thammarat in southern Thailand. At the centre of the museum is the 9th century statue of Vishnu in the Pala style of southern India. It was found in the base of a tree in Kapong district near Takua Pa in Phang Nga Province, then a major transit point for Indians colonizing the south.

Tribal Museum
The Tribal Museum is a museum in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand. It highlights the history and culture of the mountain tribes of north Thailand.

Chiang Mai National Museum
The Chiang Mai National Museum is a national museum located in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand. It highlights the history of the Kingdom of Lanna.

Prasart Museum
The Prasart Museum is a museum in Bangkok that exhibits antiques from all Thai periods.

Erawan Museum
Erawan Museum is a museum in Samut Prakan. It is well known for its giant three-headed elephant art display. The three storeys inside the elephant contain antiquities and priceless collections of ancient religious objects belonging to Khun Lek Viriyapant who is the museum owner.

Silpa Bhirasri National Museum
Silpa Bhirasri National Museum is a modern art museum in Bangkok, Thailand. It is located on the grounds of the Fine Arts Department in Phra Nakhon district. The museum consists of two parts, one displaying contemporary arts, and the other belongings of Silpa Bhirasri, the father of modern Thai art.


Vimanmek Palace
The Vimanmek Palace is a former royal palace in Bangkok, Thailand. It is also known as the Vimanmek Teak Mansion or Vimanmek Mansion. It is located in the Dusit Palace complex, nearby Dusit Zoo in Dusit district.

National Museum
The National Museum in Thailand is the main museum on the history of the Thai culture. The main museum is located in Bangkok on Na Phrathat Road next to the Sanam Luang, not far from Wat Phra Kaew. In 1926 King Prajadhipok created the Royal Institute of Art, Literature and Archaeology, which then opened the museum in Bangkok at the Wang Na palace. Today there are 38 branch museums spread all over the country.

Bangkok National Museum
The Bangkok National Museum is the main branch museum of the National Museums in Thailand. It features exhibits of Thai art and history. The museum was established and opened in 1874 by King Rama V to exhibit relics from the rule of King Rama IV's rule. Today the galleries contain exhibits covering Thai History back to Neolithic times.

National Art Gallery
The National Art Gallery of the Thailand is the main exhibition gallery for modern art, located in Bangkok.

Kamthieng House Museum
The Kamthieng House Museum is a museum in Bangkok, run by the Siam Society under royal patronage. It is a 160-year old traditional teakwood house from northern Thailand.

Suan Pakkad Palace
Suan Pakkad Palace or Suan Pakkard Palace, is a museum in Bangkok, Thailand. It is located on Sri Ayutthaya Road south of the Victory Monument. The museum has Thai antiques on display, including Ban Chiang pottery over 4,000 years old. Originally the home of Prince Chumbhotpong Paripatra and his wife, they converted in into a museum which opened in 1952. The museum features a group of four traditional Thai houses with covered hallways between them.

Jim Thompson House
The Jim Thompson House is a museum in Bangkok. It is a complex of various old Thai structures that the American businessman Jim Thompson (designer) collected in from all parts of Thailand in the 1950's and 60's. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Thailand.

Chiang Saen National Museum
The Chiang Saen National Museum was established in 1957 as a centre of art and archaeological objects found at Chiang Saen and its surrounding.