Showcase of the museum's amulets.

          Thai Amolets MUseum Museum is set up as a source of learning for those who love and love to accumulate amulets. Have a look at the history of the Buddha amulets, each era, which will be doubled. The value of faith and precious in the arts. Experts who have experience in the field of amulets for more than 50 years to provide knowledge to visitors. Some of the amulets have been scientifically tested by the National Institute of Nuclear Technology. (Public Organization) that the old centenary to a thousand years. And some are undergoing a checkup. In the future all the gods in the museum will be scientifically examined

          The museum is divided into 3 layers. 

Exhibition Hall, Hall 1 Be a data point and register. Visit the video introduction of the museum.

In the 2nd floor there is an exhibition of historical information of each period. All of Thailand's famous temples and shrines, such as Phra Somdej Wat Rakang Bangkok . Kamphaeng Phet Province, Phrae Province, Lamphun Sukhothai Province, His Majesty King Luang Pu Luang grandfather grandfather grandfather grandfather.

          The 3rd floor presents the Benjasiri which is regarded as the most valuable and rare amulet. The Benjamin Party to show it. This is the most complete set in Thailand. The third floor is open only on Saturdays and Sundays.

          There are also large jade stones carved dragon pattern. Inspected by the Gem Inspection Laboratory. National Gem and Jewelry Research Institute (Public Organization) is a jade stone that is millions of years old. The show is held for the first time in Thailand.

Museum of Amulets Open from Tuesday to Sunday. (Closed every Monday) from 10.00-18.00 hrs free of charge. For more information, please call 02-068-3089 or visit