Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC), Bangkok

4.2
#5 of 76 in Museums in Bangkok
The diversity of events at Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC) ensures its place among the top cultural things to do in the city. One of the most popular places to visit among tourists looking for a haven of creativity to immerse themselves in, the center offers a range of experiences that include live performances and events related to local dance, theater, music, photography, and design. The center's aim is to provide a place of friendly and recreational cultural exchange, which makes it an ideal getaway from the hectic buzz of the city. Arrange your visit to Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC) and discover more family-friendly attractions in Bangkok using our Bangkok trip planning tool .
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  • Very nice cultural center, good location (MBA) and makes the promotion of young local artists and which works hard to promote art and local culture. If you don't, not an hour to kill, go there. Well worth the money... and it's free on top of that! On nearly 9 floors, you can walk through this amazing exhibition. Discover for anyone who likes art with a capital A.
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  • Bangkok Art and Culture Centre is a contemporary arts centre located in the heart of Bangkok, Thailand. Great place for art lover. Art exhibition, music, theatre, film, design and cultural/educational...  more »
  • This is a lovely space, It's not too big and it's not just for art lovers. There was 3 floors dedicated to the King (the last one) and it was a fine display of the Thai's love for him and his life.  more »
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  • A must visit. 110% worth the trip out of old town. Support local artists and come here to see everything: photography, pencil drawings, paintings, hand-made jewelry, crafts and much more. Free to get in so bring cash to spend on all of the cool stuff available. You’re missing out if you don’t go.
  • Open to freely to the public with a good coffee shop and unique ice cream and art on the lower floors. Higher floors host big exhibitions. Definitely gets overshadowed by all the other interesting things to do in this area. Spend some time here as a reprieve from shopping or to support Thai artists.
  • I like the combination of this museum space with rooms combining retail and art space on each floor. Gives something for everyone, especially when you are bringing an art unenthusiast. The coffee shop is great. Has rooms and floor space dedicated to individual artists and you can purchase work from a few booths.
  • Definitely worth visiting if you want to understand Thai history and culture. The main exhibit floors even kinda look like Guggenheim!? Many cool independent shops & eateries inside too to fulfill your needs. The best part is- it’s all free!!
  • It was well worth every hour spent. It's a great place to visit especially if you are a museum-person. Will definitely come back as often as I can. The first time I went there, they have exhibits from levels 6 to 9 as a tribute to King Bhumibol. A great way to understand Thai history and culture.

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