The Ayutthaya National Art Museum has a small but lively art and historical exhibit, with students from the nearby university acting as local English guides.
Set up in collaboration with the Japanese, the Ayuthaya Historical Study Centre was created to celebrate the 100 years of bilateral relations between Japan and Thailand, as well as their connection to each other through history.
Situated towards nothern Ayutthaya, The King Naresuan Monument was constructed after being sanctioned by Her Majesty Queen Sirikit in memory of the bravery of King Naresuan.
The Thai Boat Musuem is a private establishment owned by a Mr. Ajarn Paitoon Khawmala.
The Million Toy Museum, located on Uthong Road near Wat Banomyong in the Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya district, is a unique museum housing a collection of toys, both modern and antique, in a two-storey colourful building.
The Chao Sam Phraya National Museum exhibits various artefacts and historic Buddha images that were discovered in ancient times.
Located outside the city Island, opposite Chedi Phra Si Suriyothai, on the bank of the Chao Phraya River is another interesting Temple worth visiting. Formerly known as Kasattra or Kasattraram, the ancient temple is of the Ayutthaya period with a main Prang (stupa) at its centre.
In 1491, Wat Phra Si Sanphet was located inside the compound of the Grand Palace-the foundations of which are still visible-and served as the royal Chapel, as Wat Phra Kaeo does in Bangkok.
King Borom Rachathirat II (Chao Sam Phraya) built a Temple on the site where his two elder brothers were cremated.
Wat Mahathat is located in front of the Grand Palace to the east, next to Pa Than Bridge. The Temple is believed to be one of Ayutthaya's oldest temples, possibly built by King Boromaraja I (1370-88).
Somdet Phra Sri Suriyothai Grand Monument is located at Tombon Baan Mai in Tung Makham Yong area.
This ancient site is located 1.5 kilometres south of the Wat Phananchoeng in Tambon Ko Rein. There is an additional building of the Ayutthaya Historical Study Centre, where the foreign affairs of the Ayutthaya Period are on exhibition.
Located to the east in front of the railway station, this old monastery was beautifully constructed with better craftsmanship than many other temples as can be seen from the remaining ruins which have been left deteriorate.
The Krungsri Market is one of the most popular weekend night markets in Thailand. People often come here to enjoy a cheerful ambience, lounging by long bamboo tables next to a little L-shaped pond called Bueng Phraram and sampling the local cuisine.
Situated 60 km north of Bangkok on the banks of Chao Phraya River in Bang Pa-in District, Ayutthaya Province, Bang Pa-In Palace was used as a summer dwelling by Siamese royalty and their consorts.