Chao Sam Phraya National Museum features Thai Fine Arts and Handicraft from the Ayutthaya era. A number of antique Buddha images are on display alongside local relics, carved wooden panels, Thai Buddhist Sculpture and other items from local temples. A good place to visit for those with an interest in the area's history, but probably best combined with a visit elsewhere if you have enough time.
Details: The museum opens daily except Monday, Tuesday and national holidays from 09.00 a.m. to 04.00 p.m. Admission fee is 30 Baht.
How to get there: The museum is opposite the Thailand Tourism Authority and Rajabhat Institute near the intersection of Rojjana Road and Si Sanphet Road.