Art in Paradise Exhibition

  • cultural painting at Pattaya Art in Paradise Exhibition
  • Painting at Pattaya Art in Paradise Exhibition
  • Wonderful tourist attraction at Pattaya Exhibition Art in Paradise
  • Gallery attraction with a lively painting at Art in Paradise Pattaya Exhibition
  • Tourists admire the paintings at Pattaya Art in Paradise Exhibition
  • Lively paintings at Pattaya Art in Paradise
  • Exhibition hall at Art in Paradise Pattaya
  • Fantastic museum attraction at Art in Paradise gallery Pattaya
  • Great paintings at Pattaya Exhibition at Art in Paradise gallery


Art Museums in Pattaya


Pattaya is home to a thriving art scene, and both modern and traditional artists are putting up more and more outstanding work in recent years. Art Museums in Pattaya host works from not only local artists but from those farther afield as well. One such gallery is the appropriately named Art in Paradise Exhibition, offering a uniquely interactive experience that will give guests the opportunity to explore the works at first hand and gather a larger appreciation of them. 

Although some visitors to the Art in Paradise Exhibition might be put off by the dual pricing structure (150 baht for Thais, 500 baht for foreigners), guests should try to understand that this is simply the way entertainment venues are priced in this country, especially in tourist areas. 


Pattaya Arts


The museum’s Pattaya arts interactivity is probably its most interesting feature, allowing visitors to see the paintings and artworks up close. The gallery is very large at almost 6000 square meters, and its different areas all have separate focuses. However, the overall theme that permeates throughout is the idea of optical illusions. It can be fun as a group to take notice of all the illusions and discuss them together, an activity that is particularly popular with kids and families. Of course, it’s also fun to just take it all in by yourself!

Art in Paradise Exhibition is open from 9am to 9pm every day, and is conveniently located in North Pattaya. Those going should probably take a songthaew or tuk-tuk. You will find Art in Paradise right next to the Big C.