The Siriraj Medical Museum is located at the Siriraj Hospital. It comprises of six different museums.

Update: Beginning 1 July 2013, the museum's opening hours are 10:00–17:00 Wednesday to Monday (closed Tuesdays and public holidays). Admission is 200 baht per person for non-Thai nationals, which grants access to the six constituent museums. A combined ticket of 300 baht grants access also to the Siriraj Bimuksthan Museum (located at the Old Bangkok Noi Railway Station).

Museums at Siriraj Hospital:
The following four museums could be found at the Adulyadaejvikrom Building on the same floor:

  • Ellis Pathological  Museum (mainly about birth defects in foetuses).
  • Songkran Niyomsane Forensic Medicine Museum (macabre display of cadavers)*.
  • Ouay Ketusingh Museum of History of Thai Medicine (a showcase of traditional Thai medicine).
  • Parasitology Museum (mainly devoted to parasites and their effect on humans).

*Includes a display of the 2004 tsunami aftermath. 

The following two museums are within the Anatomy Building nearby on different floors:

  • Congdon Anatomical Museum (rows of embalmed foetuses, cadavers and bones).
  • Sood Sangvichien Prehistoric Museum and Laboratory (prehistoric artifacts in Thailand).

How to get there: 
Local bus, express boat, ferry, taxi or tuk tuk. Details could be found at the Siriraj Medical Museum's website under the contact link. The nearest pier is the Wang Lang. Siriraj Hospital is a very busy place. Expect traffic jams on the road. Finding the buildings may be difficult and confusing. Please ask for directions.