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อาคารนิทรรศน์รัตนโกสินทร์
โครงการเรียนรู้คุณค่าแห่งยุคสมัยนอกห้องเรียนกับนิทรรศน์รัตนโกสินทร์
LED Wall
Time Line
Library
Remarkable Entertainments
Sky View
Prestige of the Kingdom





Rattanakosin land of love music

etc.

Frequency asked questions

Q :
When is the Exhibition Hall open?
A :

Open from Tuesday to Sunday (Close on Mondays)
            

                  Tuesday to Sunday and Annual Holiday: 10.00 AM – 7.00 PM
           

               


Q :
How about the session will be provided?
A :

We provided in tour session which had every 20 minutes and the first session: 10.00 AM

** Entrance permitted until 05.00 PM

NOTE:
1.In case you see 2 routes (Take time 4 hrs.) the last session on 03.00 PM
2.Visitors can spend as much time in all exhibitions except Grandeur Rattanakosin Hall, The Colorful Thai Way of Living Hall, The Heart and Soul of the Nation Hall which has to visit only time on the ticket.


Q :
How much for entrance fee to Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall?
A :

Adults (Thai and Foreigner): 100 baht


Free of charge:
Children (under 120 cm.) for Thai and Foreigner
Thai Students in uniform or showing student cards
Thai citizens who over 60 years old (Showing ID Card)
Monks and novices
Disabled


Q :
How many times to visiting in the Exhibition Hall?
A :

Route 1 (7 Exhibition rooms) total duration 2 hours.
Route 2 (2 Exhibition rooms) total duration 2 hours.
Route 3 (9 Exhibition rooms) total duration 4 hours.


Q :
Where can I get a list of interesting places in the neighborhoods?
A :

Democracy Monument
Royal Pavilion Mahajedsadabadin
Lohaprasart, Wat Ratchanadaram Worawihan
Queen Sirikit Gallery
King Prajadhipok Museum
Phu Khao Thong (The Golden Mountain Temple), Wat Saket Ratchaworamahawihan
Sao Ching Cha (Giant Swing), Wat Suthat Thepwararam Ratchaworamahawihan
Phra Kaew Morakot (The Emerald Buddha), The Grand Palace


Q :
How do I get to Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall?
A :

By Public Bus: Bus No. 2, 3, 9, 15, 31, 33, 42, 47, 59, 60, 64, 70, 79, 82, 86, 157, 201, 503, 509

 

By Boat: To transport with Speed boat (Sri-eam Temple - Panfah Leelat pier) by end of Pan-fah bridge and walk on the left side our exhibition was located near Jedsada pavilion.

 

BTS & MRT (To connect with boat): To transport with MRT by choosing Asoke station to connect with san-sab ferry at Asoke Pier and to transport with BST sky train which able to connect with San-sab ferry at Hua-Chang Pier.


Q :
Does the Exhibition Hall have a parking lot?
A :

Yes, parking is available
1 - 3 hours: 20 baht (In case you see one route; take time 2 hrs.)
1 - 5 hours: 20 baht (In case you see two routes; take time 4 hrs.)
After 3 hours or 5 hours: 50 baht per hours.
NOTE:
Visitors must stamp parking ticket, please mention this at Ticket counter or Information counter on the first floor.
Exhibition Hall recommends visitors to use public transportation.
Other paid parking is available nearby the Exhibition Hall.


Q :
Is there a place to eat?
A :

Yes, you may purchase a meal, snack, beverage and ice-cream in True Coffee Shop or anywhere else on the first floor. But Inside the Exhibition Hall is not permitted any foods and beverages (except sky café on forth floor).


Q :
Is the Museum wheelchair accessible?
A :

Yes, please mention this at Information counter on the first floor.


Q :
Are there other restaurants in the area?
A :

There are a few restaurants nearby on Democracy Monument and many in Dinsor Road, within walking distance.