A beautiful "must see" museum. It is somewhat difficult to get to, mainly because of all the nearby construction work for a new rail line. You will need a knowledgeable taxi driver. Saying it is near Kasesart University, is like saying New Zealand is near Australia. The day I went (2 April) I counted 25 guards over the 5 floors and 3 visitors. Free parking and disabled access sets a new high standard for Bangkok. Entrance is free if you are over 60 and 180 THB otherwise. Well worth the visit. Good coffee shop too.
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