Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles

The Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles was created in 2003 by Her Majesty Queen Sirikit after requesting permission to take a vacant building on the grounds at the Grand Palace in Bangkok. This was converted into a new museum of textiles in Thailand. The museum is an excellent visit if you are looking for museums in Thailand and the fabric museum is an excellent museum of choice.

Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles

The new MRT line makes it very easy no. Before you would have to take a short taxi ride from the MRT Silom Station or the BTS Sala Daeng Station. This in the direction of the well known Thammasat University in Bangkok. You can now take a motorbike taxi from the MRT Sanam Chai Station or the MRT Sam Yot Station.

 

During my recent visit to the Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles in Bangkok, I had a truly enjoyable experience. The museum is home to an extensive collection of textiles and traditional Thai fabrics, offering invaluable insights into the rich tapestry of the country’s cultural heritage. The exhibits, thoughtfully curated and informatively presented, provided visitors like me with a captivating glimpse into the intricate craftsmanship and artistic techniques that have gone into the creation of these remarkable textiles. Likewise also view the Queen Sirikit Park and Benjasiri Park as well as the area around the MRT Queen Sirikit Station as well.

What further enhanced my visit was the friendly and accommodating staff at the museum. They were always ready to lend a helping hand whenever needed. Additionally, the museum’s convenient location made it easily accessible, which added to its appeal. However, I couldn’t help but feel that the overall experience could be elevated by incorporating more interactive displays or multimedia presentations.

While the museum was undoubtedly interesting, I believe there is untapped potential for improvement to make it an even more enthralling destination for those fascinated by textiles and Thai culture. Nonetheless, it remains a worthwhile and enriching place to explore, particularly for individuals with a keen interest in this subject matter. Lastly also see the Siriraj Medical Museum on here.

 

Queen Sirikit Museum

  • Open days :Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Address : Ratsadakorn-bhibhathana Building, The Grand Palace, Sanam Chai Rd., Phra Nakhon, Bangkok
  • Phone number :+66 (0) 225 9430 +66 (0) 225 9420
  • Fax number :+66 (0) 225 9431
  • More info : http://www.qsmtthailand.org
See also  The Royal Elephant Museum

 

For those wishing only to visit the museum:

  • Adults: 150 baht
  • Seniors (over 65): 80 baht
  • Students (with ID): 50 baht
  • Youth (12-18): 50 baht
  • Children (under 12): free

 

 

For those wishing only to visit the museum: 

 

 

 

 

 

Adults: 150 baht

Seniors (over 65): 80 baht

Students (with ID): 50 baht

Youth (12-18): 50 baht

Children (under 12): free – See more at: http://www.qsmtthailand.org/visit/#sthash.YZixme7L.dpuf

For those wishing only to visit the museum: 

 

 

 

 

 

Adults: 150 baht

Seniors (over 65): 80 baht

Students (with ID): 50 baht

Youth (12-18): 50 baht

Children (under 12): free – See more at: http://www.qsmtthailand.org/visit/#sthash.YZixme7L.dpuf

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