Erawan Museum

The Erawan Museum is the doorway to the legacy of Thai culture.
Erawan Museum Thailand

The Erawan Museum is located in Samut Prakan Province, Thailand. It is situated on 12 acres at the Thonburi Automotive Assembly Plant Co.

The Erawan Museum in Thailand is an iconic example of sculpture. Through a broad range of sculptural symbols coupled with visual art and workmanship, a structural arrangement, and a landscape that integrates seamlessly, the Museum presents a distinctive atmosphere that encourages its visitors to embrace and value the succession of past to present history, art, religion, culture, and customs of the faith.

The museum was designed by the inspiration of Mr. Lek Wiriyaphant, who created the Sanctuary of Truth in Pattaya and the Ancient Siam, to provide a space for artifact storage and heritage preservation and to continue the safeguarding of works of art.

The Erawan Museum can be divided into 3 sections that represent the ideas outlined in the holy book of Buddhism about the underworld, the human earth, and the heavens. Almost every section of the museum features rare Oriental artifacts, sacred icons, and psychedelic decorations.


  • Adults 400 THB
  • Children 200 THB


OPENING HOURS: Daily, 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

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One of the most breathtakingly beautiful museums/places of worshipping in Thailand. You can get here via Erawan BTS station. A free shuttle or bus can be taken from there, which takes about 5 minutes. The main hall is the most spectacular with stained glass windows and traditional Thai decor. There are also various Hindu shrines where you can bow to your favorite deities such as Ganesha, Trimurti.

As for the dress code in the Erawan Museum, there should be no problem with clothing in the museum itself, but please be courteous when walking into the temple and dress appropriately. This is a worship area and should be regarded appropriately. After seeing this marvelous museum you might be interested to visit Bangkok National Museum too.