For Students


Traditional Music

The Mrigadayavan Palace Foundation founded the Mrigadayavan Palace Thai Youth Ensemble to provide free Thai classical music lessons to the children of the Border Patrol Police who serve in the Rama VI Camp and Naresuan Camp, as well as children of the Palace employees. On the weekends, the Palace invites teachers from the Plainern Palace, a palace associated with Thai classical music teaching, and teachers from Phetchaburi’s Ladies Ensemble. The lessons include Thai classical music and the compositions of King Vajiravudh and his contemporaries. The classes are open to the public; the application period begins in July and new students are accepted once a year in October, when the initiation ceremony takes place. Please contact the Palace Office at for more details.


Thirty-one teachers and students from Chiang Mai International School volunteered at Mrigadayavan Palace and learned about the history and architecture of Mrigadayavan Palace, as well as about how to take care of the Palace, which is made of teak, how to plant a Mangrove forest, and how to pick cotton. If your school is interested in volunteering, please contact the Palace Office at for more details.


Children's Day

Children’s Day activities are held annually on the second Saturday of January. Examples of activities include knot tying, flag waving, puzzles, music, herbs, reading, and activities related to the Chakri Dynasty. Mrigadayavan Palace partners with various other agencies, such as the Navy, Hua Hin Commercial College, and celebrity hosts to organise the Children’s Day event. Please contact the Palace Office at for more details.