Night at the Museums

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Night at the Museums
Pipit Banglamphu

To pay homage to the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, 15 museums around Bangkok join hands to open doors to welcome the public beyond their regular opening hours – for free! – for three days. Ditch your car and get your shoes ready to hop between some of Bangkok’s best museums and art centers:

Museum Siam​ (16:00-22:00)

Ratchadamnoen Contemporary Art Center (09:00-21:00)

The Queen's Gallery, the museum Nitasrattanakosin (10:00-21:00)

King Prajadhipok Museum (09:00-21:00)

Pipit Banglamphu: Local Heritage Museum (10:00-21:00)

Coin Museum Treasury Department Thailand (10:00-21:00)

Police Museum Parusakawan Palace (10:00-21:00), 3 Silapa Rattanakosin Resource Center and Sai Suddha Nobhadol Building Museum (SSRU, 16:00-21:00)

Dusit Zoo(18:00-21:00)

Museum of Natural History (Chulalongkorn University, 12:00-22:00)

Art in Paradise Bangkok (10:00-22:00)

Bangkok Planerarium (18:00-21:00)

National Aviation Museum of Royal Thai Airforce (08:00-21:00)

National Memorial (16:00-21:00)

By: Gail Piyanan

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