Thailandee!com

Share this page:

Visit Jesada Technik Museum (Nakhon Pathom)

Home > To visit in Thailand > Nakhon Pathom > Jesada Technik Museum
Nakhon Pathom

Presentation Jesada Technik Museum

Thai name : เจษฎา เทคนิค มิวเซียม
My opinion:
The Jesada Technik Museum is a private museum bringing together the impressive collection of old vehicles, mainly vintage cars and two wheels vehicules, but not only since there are also planes, a steam locomotive, a helicopter and even a submarine soon, of Jesada Dejsakulrit who is passionated about cars and machinery since his childhood. When he grew up he became a businessman and was able to travel to Europe for his work. For more than 20 years, he took the opportunity to visit car museums there quickly thinking of creating an automobile museum in Thailand.

His first acquisition was a Messerschmitt KR200, a German microcar bought at an auction in Switzerland in 1997 and 10 years later, in January 2007 when the Jesada Thechik Museum opened, he already had around 500 vehicles (around 1,000 today). The ''K'' in the word Technik is derived from the german language to recall the two museums Jesada Dejsakulrit visited the most, the Technik Museum Speyer and the Technik Museum Sinsheim in Germany. Located in the Nakhon Pathom province about 40 kilometers from Bangkok, the museum welcomes visitors free of charge. As long as you are in the area, I recommend you to go to eat at Jardin de Chaisri one kilometer from the museum, you can eat very good food for around 120 THB per dish in a nice bucolic setting.

Search visits in Thailand by destination

Practical information about Jesada Technik Museum

Entrance to this museum is surprisingly free. The owner is passionate about sharing and showing his collection to as many people as possible.
The Jesada Technik Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Jesada Technik Museum website: www.jesadatechnikmuseum.com

How to get to Jesada Technik Museum ?

There is no public transport that allows you to get to the entrance of the museum. One option might be to take the train and get off at Nakhon Chai Si station and hope to find a tuk-tuk there to take you the Jesada Museum, but i can't assure you it will be easy as I didn't tried.

Find Jesada Technik Museum on GoogleMap

A little tip for the guide ?
A bit like you sometimes leave a tip to the guide at the end of an organized trip, if Thailandee.com website has helped you prepare your travel in Thailand, do not hesitate to give me a small tip via Paypal by clicking on the button below. Thanks a lot !
transports thailande
Transports in Thailand
Type your departure city, your destination and the date of your trip.
Powered by 12Go Asia system
hotels thailande
Find accommodation in Thailand