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Tickets for Erawan Museum

An otherwordly experience with elephants, temples & magical gardens in Bangkok

Flexible ticket: cancellable up to 24 hours before visit date (if selected)
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Audio guide: Chinese, English, Korean, Russian, Thai
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Overview

Highlights

  • Enjoy the otherworldly atmosphere at this astonishing museum in otherwise bustling Bangkok
  • Climb to the cosmic temple and listen to the elephant statues - yes they really do trumpet
  • Pose by the giant three-headed elephant statue, it's a guaranteed conversation starter

Description

Look for the giant three-headed elephant statue and step into the Erawan Museum - a heavenly experience in busy Bangkok. Count the elephants around sweeping staircases, Thai pagodas and stained-glass ceilings, and breathe in a lesson in Thai art and design.

The jaw-dropping Erawan Museum is kind of off the beaten track, and it should probably stay our little secret.

Explore magical gardens, see a personal collection of pottery and porcelain wares in the basement, head to the top for the cosmic temple and listen for the trumpet sound from each elephant statue as you walk beneath it!

You know you're entering somewhere special when it's an intended representation of the greatness of Suvarnabhumi, as well as a symbol of the Kingdom of Siam.

The Erawan Museum in Bangkok is both of these things - and so and more. Ssssh!

Insider tip

Want more from 'art' than just pretty stuff to look at? The astonishing Erawan Museum introduces a certain spirituality to the museum-going experience.

Michelle
Supply Coordination Manager

Ticket

What's included

Entrance to the Erawan Museum
Parking
Admission to Ancient Siam (if combo ticket selected)
Audio guide (if selected)

What's not included

Transfer services
Personal expenses
Optional activities

Amendment policy

  • Changes are not possible for this ticket

Venue

Opening hours

Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday Closed
Saturday 09:00 - 19:00
Sunday 09:00 - 19:00

How to get there

Erawan Museum
99/9 Moo 1, Bangmuangmai Amphoe Mueang, 10270, Samut Prakan
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The Erawan Museum was absolutely breathtaking. It towers overhead and is a must see. There are elephants around the grounds you can walk under and they trumpet when you do. You have to take...
The Erawan Museum was absolutely breathtaking. It towers overhead and is a must see. There are elephants around the grounds you can walk under and they trumpet when you do. You have to take your shoes off when going inside and take off hats, but it is gorgeous inside as well. Be aware if you go up to the belly of the elephant that there are no photos allowed. I learned the hard way. But DEFINITE must see if you're in Bangkok.

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