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Kunawong House Museum

The Kunawong House Museum was created from a passion for art by Sermkhun Kunawong. This house museum serves as a collection center for artworks, showcasing the evolution of Thai art from the past to the present. It gathers works that include ancient art objects and pieces demonstrating the emergence of Western-influenced techniques, reflecting the flourishing development of art in Thailand up to contemporary art. It also includes interesting furniture for use and display in this house. The collection, which began accumulating in 1992, is a continuation of the Bangkok Sculpture Center, Thailand’s prominent sculpture museum that operated from 2004 until its closure in 2022. All collections were then moved to this house museum, resulting from over eight years of project planning and construction, displaying a collection born from the love of ancient artifacts, history, and craftsmanship of Sermkhun Kunawong. Thus, Kunawong House Museum was established, hoping to be a repository for artworks that will continue to be passed down to future generations, keeping Thai art vibrant and alive.

Visitor Information


The Kunawong House Museum is open for visits every Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM. Visitors can explore various areas such as the Cubic Building, which consists of 7 exhibition zones, the Buddhist Sanctuary, and the Garden of Life.

Car, Taxi, Public Van or MRT at Ladprao Station and continue with public bus No. 122, 137, 145, 27, 44, 502, 545, 550, 8, 92, 96 or air-conditioned bus No. 15-3 get off at the beginning of Soi Ladprao 50 and walk approximately 200 metres.

Contact Number 061-626-4241

Exclusive guided tours of the Kunawong Residence 

This tour covers the entire program, including The Residence, which consists of 11 exhibition zones, the Cubic Building with 7 exhibition zones, the Buddhist Sanctuary, and the Garden of Life. The package includes a Tea Time service in the Dawn Dining Room inside The Residence and is guided throughout the 2-hour program.

Admission fee: Special for the first month of opening, tickets purchased in advance by May 31, 2024, are priced at only 999 THB, reduced from the regular price of 1,200 THB. You can choose the date and session for your visit until December 31, 2024.

The Kunawong Residence Tour is available only on Saturdays, with 3 sessions per day, limited to 10 people.

10:00 AM -12:00 PM English Version

01:30 PM - 03:30 PM Thai Version

04:00 PM - 06:00 PM Thai Version

Note: For group visits on non-business days (Monday - Friday) and for those interested in using the location for other purposes, you can contact the office through the following channels:

Telephone number: +66 61-626-4241


Line Official:

Kunawong House Museum fee

450 THB. Ticket holders can redeem a voucher worth 120 THB at the Cafe located on the 5th floor of the Cubic Building in the gallery area.

Rules for visiting the Kunawong House Museum:

  • Do not touch or move any artworks displayed in the museum.

  • Photography is allowed without the use of flash or tripods.

  • Smoking is prohibited both inside and outside the building, except in designated areas.

  • Commercial photography of any kind is not allowed.

  • Outside food and beverages are not permitted inside the museum.

  • Visitors must be aged 13 and above.

  • No loud noises during the visit.

  • Bags larger than A4 size (21.0 x 29.7 cm) must be stored in lockers available at Level B by yourselves.

Additional rules for The Kunawong Residence Tour

  • Tours start on time as per the scheduled reservation.

  • Visitors must wear socks provided during the tour of the residential area.

  • Please store your bags in lockers provided at Level B on your own; only small bags and mobile phones are allowed.

  • All visitors must present an ID card, driver’s license, or passport before entering.

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