The Museum Of Floral Culture
The museum of Floral Culture is founded by the flower designer ” Sakul Intakul” in order to dedicate to the Queen Sirikit on the occasion of the Queen’s 80th anniversary as the Queen is also a supreme artist who dedicated herself to preserve arts, handicraft and culture.The Museum of Floral Culture is located inside a colonial house style which is more than 100 years old with a Sala in the middle of the garden built during King Rama 6th . The tour of this garden is divided into 2 sections; the first section is the exhibition hall on the 2nd floor which consists of 7 rooms respectively; the Floral Culture room, the Ubosot Dokmai room, the Floral Culture Tower room, the Floral Culture Pen and Pencil room, the Floral decoration room. Inside each room displays many products from flowers such as photos, flower trays, garlands. All of these are shown with the flowers from the past, which are all the designs of Sakul Intakul, the founder of this museum. In the second section is the flower touring section. The tourists will be taken to the gardens around the house to see various kinds of flowers such as White Champaka, Sonchampa, Jasmine, Murraya etc. Apart from seeing the beautiful flowers, there are also tea and desserts waiting to service the visitors. At the present time, the Floral Culture museum also provides activities to support the youth with free admission. All the activities are aimed for the youth to get to know the various kinds of flowers and learn the Thai culture via the art of flower decoration. Moreover, there are various flower decoration lessons all taught by voluntary teachers.This museum is located at Soi Samsen 28, Ongkarak 13, Nakornchaisri, Dusit district. For those who are interested can come see the beautiful flowers every day except Monday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information contact 02-669-3633, fax 02-669-3632.