Go and visit the Erawan Museum in Bangkok known for its giant three headed elephant statue representing the Hindu god Airawata. Made by the late buisness tycoon, Khun Lek Viriyapant, Erowan is a three story museum containing ancient artifacts of Thailand's rich culture. Buy Erawan Museum tickets from our website to save well on your purchases.
Located in the Samut Prakan Province, at 99/9 Moo 1 Bang Mueang Mai, Mueang Samut Prakan District,
Samut Prakan 1027, Erawan Museum is a three story museum that is symbolized by Airawata, the three headed elephant. With the Erawan Museum tickets you can enjoy a tour of all the three floors and a pilgrimage tour in the 12 acre area. It contains exhibits that hold pricelesss artifiacts and antiques that are part of ancient Thai history. Learn about the three strata of existence in the three floors of the Erawan Museum, The Suvarnabhumi, the Human Earth, the Heaven, or the Universe respectively. Each of these levels contain different artifacts. For example, the lowest level i.e., Suvarnabhumi contains ancient artifacts and Thai style ceramic ware of "Benjarong" and Naga, a snake-like God, the God of abundance as per Buddhism. The second level or the Human Earth has walls made out of stained glass by Mr.Jacob Schwakopt, a famed German Artist. The stained-glass art has pattern of our earth on it. Enjoy artistic majesty while exploring the floor. The third level or the Heaven is inside the body of the elephant. You can reach here climbing the pink and white stairs that meet at the at the Phra Khet Door. At Erawan museum, art will take you into spirituality and philosophy, so that you start wondering at the marvels of God's creation and leave you satisfied at the end of your tour.
Witness pure Thai architecture preserved to perfection.
Priceless artifacts containing thousands of years of Thai history.
Witness the great three headed elephant statue, a symbol of Erawan Museum.
Children under the age of 5 can be allowed inside free of charge.
Covid-19 safety measures
Erawan museum has implemented strict covid related safety measures to protect the tourists and keep the spread of the virus at bay. For example, compulsory hand sanitisation and temperature screening at the entrance, so that if anybody who shows having a higher temperature, is not allowed to enter the museum. Compulsory sanitisation of the premises regularly, wearing of masks at all times, online booking of tickets, social distancing within the premises are compulsory measures.
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