via Bangkok Post, 02 June 2020: Museums in Thailand are among the establishments allowed to reopen recently as the country lifts the lockdown. This article features the Royal Barge Museum and the National Museum (both in Bangkok) in particular.
Following the easing of pandemic control measures, all learning centres, museums, historical parks, libraries and archives under the operation of the Fine Arts Department have reopened their doors to welcome guests.
Bangkokians can now check out a list of interesting museums to enjoy a day trip without having to leave town. Established in 1934 and located on land which was once the Front Palace, the National Museum Bangkok takes visitors back to several periods of Siam through a rare collection of artefacts that reflect unique Thai culture and first-class craftsmanship.