Galleries in the first building tell children how they were born, how their brains work and how their bodies function mechanically. They know about their own body. The Science Gallery here promotes scientific knowledge through observation, assumption, experiments and conclusion. The Culture and Society Gallery informs kids about the Thai and international cultures. The Technology Gallery tells children how technology such as electricity, auto engines, and radio and television production plays a role in the development of the society.
Queen Sirikit Park Gallery in the second building is focused on the environmental preservation measures promoted by the queen. It inculcates the sense of environment preservation in children.
In the third building, children see a nature and environment gallery. It trains children about plants, animals and the role of biodiversity.
In Kid’s Town, the children learn how to behave in model situations. They pretend to be doctors, firefighters and other professionals.
Outside this childrens museum is a fun-filled playground. The kids will have fun when walking across a toy bridge or swinging down a spiral ladder. They could take a pen and paper and make some bright painting. Robot Zoo explains an animal’s functions by means of a mechanistic comparison. Velcro slippers will tell you how it is to have sticky feet like a bee?
The museum is situated on the northern edge of Chatuchak Weekend Market, at short distance from the Mo Chit Sky Train station.