Looking for something to do on a hot or wet day? The ‘Muse Pass’ is an economical way to visit 63 museums and multiple learning centers across Thailand. The pass costs only 299 Baht and this then gives you free entry to 63 museums over a period of a year. A couple of the bigger museums cost more than this pass so you will get your investment back straight away. Even more so if you go to the museums that usually charges foreigners a higher rate. Like Art of Paradise and Ripley’s Believe it or Not. You won’t need to pay the inflated price as the Muse Pass will get you in for free. You can buy this pass at most participating museums from now until 30 September 2018. You can also buy it at all KTC Touch branches if you have a KTC credit card. I bought mine last year at Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall. You can also buy it at Museum Siam. More information can be found on the Muse Pass website.
When you buy the Muse Card, they give you a foldable map that lists all of the free museums and learning centers. Unfortunately, it is all in Thai. So, I have gone through the list of museums and translated them before adding them to a Google Map. As you can see, most of the museums are in and around Bangkok. But this year, every region of Thailand is represented including Pattaya, Chiang Mai and Phuket.
Some of the main museums include: Museum Siam, Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall, Phya Thai Palace, Bangkok Folk’s Museum, Sam Sen Nai Philatelic Museum, Police Museum Parusakawan Palace, King Prajadhipok Museum, Thai Film Museum, Science Museum, Natural History Museum, Information Technology Museum, Siriraj Museum, 3 Silapa Rattanakosin Resource Center-SSRU, Krungthai Art Gallery, The Queen’s Gallery, Department Of Lands Museum, National Aviation Museum of The Royal Thai Airforce, Southeast Asian Ceramics Museum, and Batcat Museum & Toys Thailand.
Full list of museums and learning centers which you can enter with your Muse 6 Pass:
Where to buy the Muse 6 Pass in Bangkok and upcountry: