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King Rama VII, also known as King Prajadhipok, (1893-1941), was the last absolute monarch and the first constitutional monarch of the country. His reign was a turbulent time for Siam due to huge political and social changes during the Revolution of 1932. Also he was the only Siamese monarch to abdicate.
The exhibition in the museum charts the life, activities and daily habits of the king and his wife, Queen Rambhai Barni. The first floor begins with her and their life in England after his abdication. The second floor focuses on his biography and lifework with his tastes in photography, music and sports. The third floor covers the subjects of the coronation ceremony, royal activities and visits to foreign countries.
Open: 9am-4pm daily except Mondays. Admission: 40B.
Address: 2 Lanluang Road, Pom Prab Sattru Phai, Bangkok
Directions: Panfa Bridge intersection, near the Golden Mount and Loha Prasat.
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