The ticket for this mansion is included with your ticket to the Grand Palace, so if you are able to go to this as well it is worth the visit. I think they said you have seven days to visit after buying the ticket. It is in the same location as the Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall, which is just a short walk away.
You have to check you belongings into a locker before entering the Mansion so have some small coins handy. You also need to make sure you are wearing the appropriate clothing.
We didn't go on an English tour, just followed the walkway through. I think perhaps if you have the time it would be good to have a guide as we were just taking a guess at what the rooms may once have been.
Despite not having much information on the property, it was an amazing mansion. You could just stand and imagine living there, walking on the lawn, dancing and just being generally rich and fabulous.
It was a shame we couldn't get onto the front lawn and over the water, but perhaps we just missed the turnoff to that part.
Clean toilets are located just beside the building.
If you have time make sure you check out all the other attractions in the buildings in the same location. They were all included in our ticket, which felt like fantastic value.
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