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King Narai National Museum This museum was established in 1924 by with the Phra Narai Ratchaniwet as its exhibition halls. Currently, three  historical buildings are used to  display various art objects, including an impressive collection of Lop Buri-style sculpture and Khmer, Dvaravati, U - Thong and  Ayutthaya arts. In addition,  traditional  agricultural tools, including ploughs, carts, grain separators and fish traps, are on display in different buildings.The Museum opens daily except Monday and Tuesday, from 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. Admission fee is 150 Baht.  Museum services include: lectures, tour guides, specialexhibitions, slides, videos, postcards, books and a gift shop.

Ban Hin Song Kon Lopburi is well-known for the production of the only best quality Din So Phong – marl - of Thailand. The source of production is at Hin Song Kon Village, Thale Chup Son Sub - district ( by Khlong Chonlaprathan, around Saphan 6 ). It is the village where Din So Phong is produced in nearly every house. In that compound, there is white marl with a delicate and tight texture and thus, is not suitable for agriculture. However, due to local intellect,  it has been used to produce Din So Phong which can  be a raw  material for many products such as talcum powder, cosmetics, toothpaste, furniture filler, etc. Contact Address: Thale Chup Son Sub district Administrative Organization  Tel: 0 3661 1438   0 3661 1438      

Nam Tok Wang Kan Lueang Located about 12 kilometres from Lam Narai Market is a waterfall that flows all year round. Perfect for people looking for a quite and refreshing retreat from the town, the waterfalls accessible via Chai Badan Tha Luang Road ( Highway No. 2089 ) . Look for the sign of the waterfall and proceed for about seven kilometres.

Wat Sao Thong Thong Situated on Rue de France, to the north of Phra Narai Ratchaniwet, this western style viharn was believed to have originally been built by King Narai the Great as a church for Christian envoys. It was subsequently restored by King Narai the Great, who ordered the replacement of Thai windows with Western-style windows with Gothic-designs in the secondary chapel. Later on, the viharn was converted into a Buddhist temple. It contains a large seated

Ayutthaya style Buddha image. In addition, assorted Lopburi style Buddha images can be found on the surrounding walls.

Places of Interest around the Province, eg; King Narai National Museum

Lopburi Province Page 7, Structures built during the reign of King Narai the Great continued Lopburi Province Page 9, Kraison Siharat Hall
Lopburi Province Page 8, Places of Interest around the Province, eg; King Narai National Museum