Chanphisarn Palace
Permanent exhibition about the history of Thailand in honor of King Narai the reign of King Narai. Display historical artifacts and events that are relevant to history during the reign of King Narai.


Piman Mongut Palace
A three floors building to exhibits a permanent exhibition about the political development of Lopburi since prehistoric to contemporary times as


The first floor : exhibits a permanent exhibition about the historical development of Lopburi begin from pre-history period about 3,500 years ago continuing to early history or Dvarawati and starting contact - relations with overseas territories in 12th-16th  century BE.  as skeletons  earthenware, equipment made of metal, bronze wares, accessories made of shell stone and the antiques of Dvarawati culture in Lop Buri and Middle part of Thailand as tools , Buddha image accessories, votive tablets, Sanskrit inscription, idols, Clay Seal and Silver coils.


The second floor: exhibits a permanent exhibition about development of Lopburi  continue from the first floor become to Khmar arts in Thailand about 16th-18th  century BE. exhibit the important antiques and arts objects as lintals, Buddha sheltered by Naga’s hood and graven images continuing to Ayuttha Kingdom  along with Arts and crafts, in the Ayutthaya period until to Rattanakosin period


The third floor : : exhibitions to honor his majesty king Rama IV in item of history,  political, social, culture and his majesty biography exhibits with royal portrait, his supplies as bed, clothes and fitment dinning table with his seal (crown)


Phra Pra Teab buildings
The exhibition "The Way of people and the identity of Lop Buri", showcasing traditional appliances employed tools to display  story illustrates the way of life of local people in the province. In various aspects, such as the way of life of the occupation of the Lopburi River basin, traditions and way of life in an agricultural society of Lop Buri.