“Corrections museum” which has been awarded as the outstanding conservation building from Association of Siamese Architects in 1997. It is located on Mahachai road consisting of 4 buildings which are Punitive Criminal Court building (showing punishment tools, the execution and equipment used in the prison and used for prisoner’s escape), Guard Towers (displaying Bangkok Remand Prison’s history and equipment, and documents concerning the history of corrections in the past), Corrections Shop Building (selling corrections product and souvenirs) and Building 9 (the building for prisoners in the past showing the condition of the prisoners’ daily life, prison system and the western building style. The next highlight is a bronze conch sculpture clubbed with cast metal alloy surface which houses sacred scriptures and the real conch inside. It is designed to let the water flow from the conch into a pond facing the northeast. The flowing water from the conch represents the tenderness of the Queen which is pure as the color of the water. The flower plot with winding shape like a river creek which connects the glorified fountain with the below one represents the Queen’s kindness given to Thai people. Another interesting place is “Free Thai Movement Commemoration Museum” where exhibitions displaying Free Thai movement, a very important group influencing Thailand’s administration and politics, are available inside. In addition, this charming little park also features a pond with beautiful flowers and large open lawns with a pavilion to relax and see an amazing view of the park. To visit, the park is located on Siriphong Road SamranratSoi, PhraNakhon. It is open from 05.00 to 21.00.