Established in 1977 in the neo-classical former Royal Mint, this institution has occasional impressive shows, but its small collection hasn't kept pace with the boom in Thai art. It includes work by Impressionist painter Fua Haripitak, sculptor Misiem Yipintsoi, portraitist Chamrus Khietkong and watercolourist Sawasdi Tantisuk.
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5 Thanon Chao Fa
|Opening hours:||พ-อา 9:00-16:00|
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Celebrating the National Glass Plate Negatives Recognised as a Unesco Memory of the World
Exhibiting memories of a time gone by, the National Archives collection takes you back to the age of Siam and chronicles the many metamorphoses the ancient city endured from 1855 to 1935 (Rama IV to Rama Vll). A collection of royal photographic glassplate...Until Saturday July 28 2018 Free