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All reviews free admission national stadium station photo exhibition main gallery shops and cafes interesting exhibits late king few floors on display inside the building siam discovery mbk shopping mall souvenir shop beautiful building several floors king rama ground floor
I went to visit today on March 19th and only the exhibit on the 8th floor is open the 7th and 9th floor exhibits are closed. The 8th floor exhibit consists mostly of dowels so I think I would probably give it a pass. otherwise...More
The late King Bumiphol stares down gravely from the wall of the cultural center next to MBK mall near the end station of a skytrain track. Combining exhibitions, cafes and small shops selling art related items the centrally located building is a nice place to...More
Every time I visit Bangkok, I try to visit the BACC. Very conveniently located at BTS National Stadium, it offers an interesting window on Thai art, especially also contemporary art. Free entrance, always changing exhibitions, a very quiet and relaxed atmosphere and minutes walking distance...More
As BACC is huge, we always feel like our experience varies with each exhibition. But overall, this is a great place to see interesting contemporary art. There's also a delicious ice cream place on the 4th floor and other shops selling creative handmade stuff.
This area of Bangkok is know as the shopping area and night life of Bangkok. The BACC is situated at the intersection with access to Bangkok Sky trains and major wellknown shopping areas. It is also focus on contemporary arts and handcrafts. Thais in general...More
Response from Gregory E | Reviewed this property |
Go to the website of the museum and click on the link 'contact us'. Someone should be apply to provide an answer. Also, there is an archive link. It may have a listing of previous expositions. Regards, Gregory