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About King Prajadhipok Museum

The King Prajadhipok Museum is housed in an early 1900s neoclassical mansion dedicated to the narration of the life of King Prajadipok (Rama VII). During his reign he oversaw Thailand’s transition from outright monarchy to constitutional monarchy in 1932.

Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 9am - 4pm

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King Prajadhipok Museum is 0.1km from the centre of Bangkok , the nearest airport 20.6km (Don Mueang International Airport).
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