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In Buri National Museum -
Located in the same area of Wat Bot by the Chao Phraya River, Tambon In Buri, Amphoe In Buri, Singburi
0 3658 1986
The In Buri National Museum lies within the temple grounds of Wat Bot, established in 1940 by a high-ranking abbot of the temple. The museum’s exhibitions of excavated artifacts from the province’s ancient sites, including Ban KhuMueang and MaenamNoi kiln sites, are an important part of the area’s historic and cultural identity. In addition, displays of insignia of the Kingdom’s ecclesiasticle titles, Buddhist insignia fans and Buddha images give the museum religious significance as well. Otherwise, beautiful Thai and Chinese ceramics, traditional Thai music instruments, folk theater exhibits, looms and traditional fishing nets give interesting peeks into the lives of locals.
The In Buri National Museum is located within the grounds of Wat Bot by the Chao Phraya River in Tambon In Buri, Amphoe In Buri, Sing Buri. To get there, take Highway 311 (Sing Buri–In Buri, the old route). The museum is located between Km 14-15. Alternatively, there are two bus routes. Take the Sing Buri–Chai Nat bus (the old route) from the provincial bus terminal. Or take the Bangkok–Amphoe Wat Sing (Po 1 and Po 2) bus from Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal or Mo Chit 2 Bus Terminal on KamphaengPhet Road.
Admission is 50 baht for non-Thais, 10 baht for Thais. The museum is open from 8.30 am-4.00 pm, Wednesdays through Sundays. For more information, including advance bookings for guided group tours, call 0 3658 1986.
Take Highway 311 (Sing Buri – In Buri, the old route). The museum is located between Km 14-15. By bus: There are two routes. Route I, take the Sing Buri – Chai Nat bus (the old route) from the provincial bus terminal. Route II, take the Bangkok – Amphoe Wat Sing (Po 1 and Po 2) bus from the Bangkok’s Northern Bus Terminal or Mo Chit 2 Bus Terminal on Kamphaeng Phet Road.