National Science Museum
เทคโนธานี ถนนเลียบคลองห้า Tambon Khlong Ha, Amphoe Khlong Luang, Chang Wat Pathum Thani 12120, Thailand
About National Science Museum
The National Science museum Located on Klong 5, Klong Luang in Pathum Thani, the Science Museum is part of the Technopolis complex. When completed, this park will be comprised of not only the Science Museum but also the Natural History Museum, the Ecology and Environment Museum, and the Aviation and Telecommunications Museum.
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