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The Children’s Discovery Museum provides a fun, educational environment with interactive exhibits and activities for kids to enable them to learn about human life, science, culture, society, nature and the environment in a friendly setting.
The Children’s Discovery Museum provides a fun, educational environment with interactive exhibits and activities for kids to enable them to learn about human life, science, culture, society, nature and the environment in a friendly setting. It is a large complex with eight galleries with 123 exhibits and activities, spread over three buildings and one outdoor space. The first building has a Body and Mind Gallery on physiology and the mechanics of the human brain and body. The Culture and Society Gallery displays traditional drums, languages and folk music from Thailand and other countries. The Technology Gallery demonstrates technology such as electricity and appliances, auto engines, and radio and television production. With dinosaur excavations, Lego building, Thai Kitchen and an Outdoor Activity Zone, it offers a wholesome day of play and learning for kids.
810 Kamphaeng Phet 4 Rd
+66 2 615-7333
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