Prasart Museum is located at 9, Soi Krung Thep Kreeta 4 A, which is intersected from Srinagarindra road. Mr. Prasart Wongsakul has been collected priceless artworks and ancient items since many people export these national artworks and ancient items to foreign countries and Thai people may not have a chance to see them. This is the inspiration that drive Mr. Prasart Wongsakul to collect them over years until he established the prasart museum to be the learning and researching center for those who are interested and to be the heritages for the next generation to observe.
Prasart museum, therefore, becomes the place of collections of prehistoric until Rattanakosim items. There are also stunning architectural models such as European style buildings, the teakwood red palace, which is rescaled from the original palace in Bangkok national museum and temple hall, which is rescaled from Suvarnnaram temple. Also there are Ayutthaya and Rattanakosin ancient items such as Ayutthaya style furniture, Chinese tea set, throne with four posts and others. In the area is a Lanna style pavilion near the European building. Inside the Lanna art style pavilion is where the Lanna style Buddha image enshrined. You can see the European artworks in the European building. Apart from these,
there are other interesting buildings such as pagoda, church, glass tower, Guan Im (Goddess of Mercy) shrine, Lopburi style Thewalai hall and others including the Sukothai baked clay dishes which are decorated beautifully. In the garden is also the place where you can see rare Thai and foreign plants, which provide relaxing natural atmosphere.
For those who are interested, you can make a visit on Tuesday – Sunday including the national holidays at 10.00 – 15.00 except Monday. The admission fee is 1,000 baht per person. However, if you come in a group of more than 2 people, the fee will be reduced to only 500 baht per person.