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Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles

#10 of 85 Museums in Bangkok
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Address: Na Phra Lan Rd | Ratsadakorn-Bhibhathana Building, The Grand Palace, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
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+66 2 225 9420
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
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Sun - Sat 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
Recommended length of visit: <1 hour

Located to the right of the visitors’ entrance to the Grand Palace, the...

Located to the right of the visitors’ entrance to the Grand Palace, the Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles collects, displays, preserves, and serves as a centre for textiles from East, South, and Southeast Asia with an emphasis on Thailand and its royal court. The QSMTembodies Her Majesty’s efforts to preserve Thailand’s textile artsfor future generations. Exhibitions change periodically

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Thai costume is so beautiful

You should come here after visiting the Grand Palace. Finding out how Thai people making clothes and silk and queen's contribution into fashion were interesting. But my most... read more

Reviewed December 17, 2013
Thea N
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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Reviewed December 17, 2013

You should come here after visiting the Grand Palace. Finding out how Thai people making clothes and silk and queen's contribution into fashion were interesting. But my most favorite time is trying on traditional Thai costume. It is so lovely to wear and take photo. The souvenir shop also sells some pretty textile clothes but if you have free time,... More 

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Brisbane, Australia
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Reviewed December 17, 2013

This museum is part of the Grand Palace complex. A small entry fee is payable and is accessed by stairway or lift. The first part of the museum is devoted to the Queen's gowns worn during official occasions. The intricate bead work has to be seen to be believed. Could not find an answer to one of my questions -... More 

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Reviewed December 12, 2013

this place was very wonderful to visit and to see what this Queen has done for fashion for her people.. all the clothes in here she has disign and wore to different meeting.. she has help her people out by having them make many textiles to sell.. it is well worth the visit

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Reviewed December 1, 2013 via mobile

This museum is small, but included in your admission to the Grand Palace (and inside the Grand Palace). You can view the 8 types of traditional Thai dress as well as see the Queens dresses over the years. You can also learn how she helped the Thai economy with supporting the textile industry! Don't miss the chance to try on... More 

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Reviewed November 27, 2013 via mobile

Very, very cool! It was a nice break from the heat. It is small, but it's easy to make it part of the visit to the Palace. Saw an interesting movie on the making silk while cooling down.

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Reviewed November 2, 2013

This is inside the grand palace and the 500 BHT you pay includes this museum. I guess you may buy the ticket separately for 100BHT but it is not worth it. It is perhaps a 200 square meter place. If you have already paid for the grand palace, then perhaps you can spend half an hour in this building (which... More 

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Kingston, Canada
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Reviewed October 20, 2013

Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles is located within the Grand Palace, and the ticket to the museum is included in the price of the Grand Palace admission. If you want to visit only this museum, there is an entrance fee that you pay at the museum. The museum has four exhibition rooms displaying the revival of the traditional Thai silk... More 

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Reviewed October 11, 2013 via mobile

We were fortunate to visit the Grand Palace and this museum was included in the price of our admission. The historical pieces were so interesting.

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Bangkok, Thailand
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Reviewed September 23, 2013

The museum is a nice look at the development of the national costume under the current queen, and has some beautiful examples of her outfits impressively displayed and explained, in addition to her development work. The slideshow is also very cool of her looking super glamorous in her state appearances over the years. Finally, the gift shop was a nice... More 

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Lisbon, Portugal
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Reviewed September 22, 2013

Nice ride among the silk history and the creation of the national costume. It is somewhat centered on the work of the queen, her outfits, her help to rural communities, how great she is. Inside the Grand Palace complex, no additional fee required.

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