Exhibitions and Displays

The ROYAL DOCKYARD MUSEUM IN HONOR OF HIS MAJESTY THE KING'S 84TH BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY tells the story thought the items displayed, such as artifacts, tools, values documents and electronic media. First of all, let’s us take you back to the period of King Rama IV, experience our unique dockyard-themed theater that provides you the atmosphere of our dockyard.

After that, the curator would take you to the exhibition room on the second floor. Learning a variety of knowledge, including;

-History of this area since Thonburi period

-The background of the Royal Dockyard -King Bhumibol Adulyadej's royal grace and talent in shipbuilding

-The process of shipbuilding -The process of building Narai Song Suban H.M. Rama IX. There are 5 display zones provided;

From the Palace to the Royal Dockyard  

From the Royal Dockyard to the Naval Dockyard Department

His Majesty the King and the Naval Architecture

Sea Power Reinforcement for the Thai Navy

Thailand Heritage and Culture Conservation

 

 

On the lower floor, impress with the various stories of our Dockyard; -The process of ship repairing - Technician Achievement Thailand Dockyard and Shipbuilding Industry -Our Public Rescue Service - Thailand Dockyard and Shipbuilding Industry The display zone will be divided into 2 zones;

Prepare Ships for Battles

Thailand Dockyard and Shipbuilding Industry

 

 

 

Displays

 

     

A pen that was used by King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) on Narai Song Suban H.M. Rama IX’s keel laying ceremony

     

A hammer that was used by King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) on Narai Song Suban H.M. Rama IX’s keel laying ceremony

     

The book of Royal monograms of King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) and Queen Sirikit. Including the handwriting of the royal family during the keel laying and ship launch ceremony.

     

An axe that was used by Queen Sirikit on Tor 991’s ship launch ceremony

     

Metallurgical Microscope

     

Rivet Forge

     

Material testing machines

(1936 A.D.)

     

The Regulation of Machine Function (1914 A.D.)