“Oh my gosh! Look at that!” I exclaimed when I saw a huge mural with waves crashing down, and a surf board. Immediately I walked over, and did my best hang ten impression. Growing up, I’ve always been fascinated with the arts, having dabbled in art myself so it was no surprise that I jumped at the chance to visit the art museum. Brendon of NerdTravels, Terrill and I decided to spend the day at this interactive museum, laughing as we took silly pictures as we walked through the museum. It was hard not to be in awe of the mind boggling art embellished on the walls, it was like being a kid again.
Unlike many museums, Art in Paradise actually encourages visitors to take wacky photos – so I decided to showcase a few snapshots from the museum! If you like quirky, unusual, artsy museums, then don’t miss out on this fun interactive experience!
Getting there: Bangkok – MRT Thailand cultural center station ESPLANADE 4F. The museum is on the top floor of the center, it can be tricky to find but once you find it – it is worth it.
Domestic: Adults 200 / Children 120(Under 100cm is free of charge) / Disability rate are free of charge
Foreign: Adults 400 / Children 200(Under 100cm is Free of charge) / Disability rate are free of charge
For more information check out my other post “Quirky & Offbeat things to do in Bangkok, Thailand”
Have you ever visited an interactive art museum? Please share in the comments below! 🙂