Ban Thai Museum

This is a fantastic museum showcasing Thai culture and living across various time periods. The garden is not to be missed; beautiful native Thai flowers are grown here. This museum was Jim Thompson's House. Thompson who hailed from New York was stationed in Thailand during WW II and later settled in Bangkok where he revived the Thai silk industry. Art pieces collected by Jim Thompson are also exhibited here in addition to his personal belongings. These include porcelain, sculptures, Thai scroll paintings and wood carvings.

Timings: Daily 9 A.M- 5 :30 P.M
 Address: Soi Kasemsan 2
Admission: B 100
Tel: 02216-7368

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