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Thai Human Imagery Museum, Nakhon Pathom Province

     Thai Human Imagery Museum was from inspiration of creative persons led by Mr. Duangkaew Phittayakornsilp founding the Thai Human Imagery Museum in 1982 for educational and research advantage of youths, at present having total 120 fiberglass models.

     The first zone is a room exhibiting Buddhist saints: Phra Kru Phaowana Rungsi, Phra Thammayanmuni, Phra Bodhiyanthera, Kruba Chaiwongsapattana, Luang Po Kasem, Somdet Phra Butthachan, Phra Archan Man, Kruba Srivichai, etc. The next room is a highlight of here. It is a room exhibiting statutes of former Chakri monarchs from King Rama I to King Rama VIII. And the next room exhibits the statute of Somdech Phra Srinagarindra Boromarajajonani, the Royal Grandmother or Royal Mother from the Sky of Thai peoples.

     On the upper floor, the first room is the room exhibiting a set of 3 Thai teachers. When you walk along the way, you will see the room exhibiting following sets of models: 3 important persons of the word, playing key political role in each country.

     The next exhibition room is a set of Thai culture in theme of Thai games: Ri Ri Khao San (catching the last one in the line), Hua Larn Chon Kan (Bald Head Smashing), etc. The next room that seems to get the attention of children is a set of Thai literature, a story of Phra Aphai Mani of Soonthornphu. The last room which seems to be a highlight of the upper floor is a set of the abolition of slavery "Slavery in Thailand".

     Open Hours: Monday – Friday at 09.00 - 17.30hr., Saturday – Sunday ฟืก public holidays at 08.30 - 18.00 hr. Admission Fee: 50 Baht for adult 50, 10 Baht for child, and 20 Baht for monks, novices, nuns, priests, and students in uniform. For more information, contact at 034 332 607.