Events & Festivals

Thailand holds “Night at the Museum Festival 2023” from 15-24 December

At 49 museums and learning centres across Thailand.

Museum Siam: Discovery Museum is hosting the annual “Night at the Museum Festival 2023” from 15-24 December at 49 museums and learning centres across Thailand, including 25 in Bangkok and 24 up and down the country.

As part of the Festival, participating venues will allow visitors on their premises at extra opening hours from 16.00-22.00 Hrs.

Throughout the 10 days, these venues will host special events and activities, such as a projection mapping show, light decoration, outdoor exhibition, wilderness survival overnight camp, open-air cinema, stargazing, special seminar, royal Thai cuisine cooking class, traditional Thai incense and potpourri workshop, Thai traditional dress session, night safari, science walk rally, and science show.

Other activities include a marketplace selling local community products, food truck experience, live music performances, walking tour, and field trip.

Make your own night with museum experiences at:


  1. Museum Siam: Discovery Museum
  2. Coin Museum by the Treasury Department
  3. Bang Lamphu Museum
  4. Arts Gallery at Ban Chao Phraya
  5. National Museum Bangkok
  6. Art Centre Silpakorn University
  7. King Prajadhipok Museum
  8. Rattanakosin Exhibition Hall
  9. Bank of Thailand Learning Centre
  10. King Vajiravudh Memorial Hall
  11. Ruen Rudee Palace
  12. Chulalongkorn University Museum
  13. Chulalongkorn University Museum of Natural History
  14. Chulalongkorn University Museum of Imaging Technology
  15. Chulalongkorn University Geological Museum
  16. Professor Kasin Suvatabhandhu Herbarium
  17. Jim Thompson House
  18. Jim Thompson Art Centre
  19. Science Centre for Education
  20. Saisuddha Nobhadol Historical Building in Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University
  21. NSM Science Square at The Street Ratchada
  22. Gem and Jewellery Museum
  23. Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
  24. Royal Thai Air Force Museum
  25. Siam Serpentarium


  1. Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand Learning Centre, Central Office, Nonthaburi
  2. The Golden Jubilee Museum of Agriculture Office, Pathum Thani
  3. The National Memorial, Pathum Thani
  4. National Science Museum, Pathum Thani
  5. Rama IX Museum, Historic and Science, Pathum Thani
  6. King Rama II Memorial Park, Samut Songkhram
  7. Regional Observatory for the Public, Chachoengsao
  8. Regional Observatory for the Public, Nakhon Ratchasima
  9. Villa Musée, Khao Yai, Nakhon Ratchasima
  10. Korat Fossil Museum, Nakhon Ratchasima
  11. Muse Mobile the Rail Market, Nong Khai
  12. Natural History Museum Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen
  13. The Treasury Museum, Khon Kaen
  14. Regional Observatory for the Public, Khon Kaen
  15. Natural History Museum, Nan
  16. Museum Lampang
  17. Princess Sirindhorn Astro Park, Chiang Mai
  18. NSM Science Square at Chiang Mai
  19. The Treasury Museum Chiang Mai
  20. Royal Park Rajapruek, Chiang Mai
  21. Phuket Thaihu
  22. Museum Phuket
  23. Regional Observatory for the Public, Songkhla
  24. Magic Museum Hat Yai, Songkhla

Thailand’s annual Night at the Museum Festival was first held in 2016 with 18 participating museums and learning centres, which expanded to 43 in the 2022 edition. The Festival has run for three days in the last seven editions.

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