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Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC), Bangkok

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
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4/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
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. Put Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC) at the forefront of your travel plans using our Bangkok travel itinerary planner.
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  • Occasionally host a very good art exhibition/theater. But most of the time just random art gallery show which rotate every few weeks. It's a good place to relax in a crowded Siam area. The art library...  read more »
  • Just a little walk from National Stadium BTS station and MBK, Bangkok Art and Culture Center is an easy attraction to visit. Marvel in the works of art of local artists, buy their stuff and spend some...  read more »
  • A lot of great local art is here, and cool artsy shops. One of the best coffee shops I've been to, as well. Also, I saw a great performance here by B-Floor. 
  • This art centre is large, comfortably cool, full of exciting art and is FREE of charge. It is definitely "must visit" for those who are looking for contemporary art in Bangkok. Last 4 floors are full of exhibitions. So it's better to start your journey from the upper floor. After exhibitions you can find a local art shops and food courts. Underground floor has a library. The place is good designed and you can go there with kids for a couple hours or whole day.
  • Its a 9 floors complex which you can easly stay 3 hours. Exibitions are free from on 6th to 9th floor.
  • Amazing collections of modern and up and coming Asian artists! The museum itself was organized well and included a variety of shops with great wares and tasty food on the lower half with the upper half housing the galleries. Totally recommend to any art fans that come through Bangkok!
  • Excellent art and culture center. Last time I visited there was a really interesting exhibit about the various global migration crises (Myanmar's Rohingya, Syria, Iraq, Northern Africa) as well as several local traditional and contemporary artists. Admission is free, and it's so close to either National Stadium or Siam BTS. Definitely worth an afternoon visit.
  • Thoroughly enjoyed the photographic exhibit of rural Thailand on the 4th floor. Also enjoyed the modern take on Bhuddist paintings on the ground floor. I accessed the building on the 3rd floor from the skytrain (National Stadium) - exit 3. The art cafe looked good but I ended up visiting the Eco shop and purchased some cute illustrative air freshness and Thai illustration postcards. However check your change! The shop lady shortchanged me back 100baht.
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