Bhumirak Dhamachart Center Nakorn Nayok Province
In 1989, the Chaipattana Foundation bought a piece of land covering an area of 6 acres near Khun Dan Dam in Nakhon Nayok Province. Later the Vajiravudh College Alumni Association under the Royal Patronage was given permission to use this piece of land as a learning project for His Majesty King Bhumibol’s Concept of Development. This led to the planning of a recreational centre to demonstrate the royal concept and theories of agricultural development, environmental improvement, and natural resources conservation.
Today, the Bhumirak Dhamachart Centre serves as a large museum which collects the concept and theories of the royal development project. It is divided into two parts including the Light & Sound Museum and the Living Museum. While the former part is designed as a room of ideas behind key royally-initiated projects such the Royal Rainmaking and the New Theory for visitors to see, the latter part is designed as a farm displaying the real function of the ideas to promote better understanding about His Majesty’s ideas for the royal development projects. In other words, visitors are allowed to experience His Majesty’s development work in its true form which will enhance their learning and understanding of the royal projects.
The Bhumirak Dhamachart welcomes visitors with advance notice. For more information please contact:
Office of the Chaipattana Foundation in Bangkok at 02 282 4425-8 ext.116
Bhumirak Dhamachart Centre in Mueang district, Nakhon Nayok Province at 037 384 049