The Research Result of Thailand National Museum, Fine Arts Department since 2010 showed that the number of visitors of Phanakorn National Museum was decreased when compare with statistic in 2009. This Museum visitor number total 3,011,225 people who are Thai for 2,839,959 people and foreigners 171,266 people. Representing an average of the visitors are students, only 51,000 people per year, or about 4,280 people per month. This is a statistic that is relatively low compared to the ratio of the number of students in a total of 300,070 people which by the standards of the National Museum of international statistical that have been set Museum visitors should have a volume at least 12.5 percent of the total population. This was mainly due to the National Museum of motivating people to visit the
museum. It is a study of the type of motivating people to visit the museum for learning.


Museum; Museum Administration; Motivation

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