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Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles

Na Phra Lan Rd | Ratsadakorn-Bhibhathana Building, The Grand Palace, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
+66 2 225 9420
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History of Thai Royalty Fashion Evolution

This museum is located just after you enter the Grand Palace gates and there is no separate entry... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Hyderabad, India

The ticket of grand palace works as ticket to this museum. There are a lot of traditional textiles... read more

Reviewed 14 August 2017
Torrance, California
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Located to the right of the visitors’ entrance to the Grand Palace, the Queen Sirikit Museum of Textiles collects, displays, preserves, and serves as a centre for textiles from East, South, and Southeast Asia with an emphasis on Thailand and its royal court. The QSMTembodies Her Majesty’s efforts to preserve Thailand’s textile artsfor future generations. Exhibitions change periodically
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Na Phra Lan Rd | Ratsadakorn-Bhibhathana Building, The Grand Palace, Bangkok 10200, Thailand
+66 2 225 9420

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This museum is located just after you enter the Grand Palace gates and there is no separate entry fee as it is located inside the Grand Palace complex and the entry came free with its ticket. It is not crowded at all and is very...More

Thank EpicureanTales
Reviewed 14 August 2017

The ticket of grand palace works as ticket to this museum. There are a lot of traditional textiles. Lots of information is provided. The museum is packed with a/c so it is cool place to chill after finishing grand palace tour. No photo/video is allowed...More

Thank minimize940314
Reviewed 8 August 2017

No photos allowed inside hence no pictures attached. The exhibition starts with traditional dance costumes and a movie on how they are stiched on the dancers. Then 3 rooms full of the Balmain dresses worn by the Queen on her world tours. An amazing collection...More

Thank JeromeMarrelGoa
Reviewed 21 July 2017

After visiting the Grand Palace, be sure to visit this museum which is part of the package. You won't be disappointed. The first section involves the history of the costumes for Khon, the traditional dance. The second section includes the dresses designed for Queen Sirikit...More

Thank i-witness30
Reviewed 7 July 2017

My wife and I visited this museum since she loves textiles. There was a beautiful display of the Queen's favorite fashions worn on international tours and for receiving heads of state at the Grand Palace. The background stories about the designers and HM's love for...More

Thank Charlie B
Reviewed 15 June 2017

The first impression on entry is calm and beauty. It was a real pleasure to enter here because, not only for the obvious experience, it was so cool and uncrowded. This is in so much contrast to the outside and the remainder of the Grand...More

Thank John V
Reviewed 3 June 2017

This is part of the Grand Palace Tour because the Museum is one of the buildings inside. It shows the various outfits of Queen Sirikit during her visits to many places around the world, formal gowns, inaugural ball outfits, etc... plus a brief history of...More

Thank tps122663
Reviewed 22 April 2017 via mobile

In this museum you can see the clothes queen Siriket has worn on her trip to Europe. Most of the clothes are made by Balmain. You can also see the clothes worn for stage performances of old stories.

Thank avmn
Reviewed 21 April 2017

beautiful museum but very very small! the museum's shop is interesting though! i would say that if you are visiting the temples anyway and you have the ticket that includes this museum, then pass by! if not, think about it!

Thank Mahi J
Reviewed 17 April 2017

The queen has a major contribution in the evolution of garment and textile in Thailand. Queen Sirikit has dedicated her life mingling with the locals and helping them independant. The Queen has also refined their traditional dress and helped spread the Thai Silk worldwide.

Thank Sanchita S
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Response from Gitanjali_Biswas | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you can visit this without going to the Grand Palace as this complex has separate ticket counter also. you dont have to buy ticket to visit gift shop.