Million Toy Museum
Located in the north-west of the Island, this privately owned museum occupies a beautiful two-storey building. This delightful, fun-filled place will be a welcome change from historic ruins and has something for everyone. If you have kids with you, they will enjoy the amazingly extensive collection, which includes: several Godzillas; a life-sized Superman; umpteen Donald Ducks; some intriguing vintage Japanese toys and awesome Samurai figures. It was founded by children’s literature professor Krirk Yoonpun, who is also an illustrator and author of children books. The large building with dozens of windows covering all of the walls is an attraction in its own right. A significant number of Thai and foreign toys, from the distant past to present are assembled in this museum, with the first floor showing a collection of Thai toys from Sukhothai, Ayutthaya and Rattanakosin periods. The second floor displays old toys from all over the world. When you're through, you can relax outside in the well-manicured gardens, or take a seat out front for a bowl of boat noodles. There is also a restaurant serving food and drinks. Entry: 50B/20B (Adults/Children) Open: 9.00am - 4:00pm (closed Mondays) Tel: +66 35328949 Address: 45, moo2, Uthong road, Ta Wasukri sub-district, Mueang Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya district. Getting Here: It is located on the northwest side of the island just off Uthong Rd, situated right at the Pratuchai School intersection.
Ayutthaya Floating Market
A very touristic market that doesn't actually float but can be a nice place to eat