About Royal Thai Air Force Museum
Located near Bangkok’s Langman Airport, the Royal Thai Air Force Museum was established in 1952 to collect, preserve and display various aviation equipment since the development of Siam’s aviation industry, as well as military aircraft and objects used by the Royal Thai Air Force.
The museum details Thailand’s important role and role in World War II, displaying many pictures related to World War II. The museum is divided into four large halls: Hall 1 introduces the history of Thai aviation, aircraft used by the Royal Thai Air Force after World War II, and aircraft designed and built by Thais; Hall 2 is a temporary hall that displays rare aircraft not seen in other parts of the world; Hall 3 shows aircraft used in the -proletarian war; Hall 5 collects helicopters and the last propeller fighter used by the Royal Thai Air Force. The fifth gallery is a collection of helicopters and the last propeller fighters used by the Royal Thai Air Force.
In addition to the indoor display of aircraft and aviation objects, the open space outside the Royal Thai Air Force Museum is also used as an exhibition area for jet fighters, transport aircraft, practice aircraft and radar.
How to get there
Approximately 1 hour by cab from Bangkok
Address171 Royal Thai AirForce Museum, Donmeung. Bangkok 10210
Open 8:00-16:00, closed only on Thai national holidays (open Saturdays and Sundays)
Basically free of charge.
There is a donation box next to the reception counter.