The most popular attraction is the 46-meters Chaksi reclining Buddha image at Wat Phra Non Chaksri. Another highly revered image is a diamond-encrusted Buddha image sitting in the meditation pose.
The Bang Rachan Fortress Park is a peaceful arboretum with a monument dedicated to the local heros and heroines whose continuous efforts foiled Burmese invaders from re-enforcing their troops at Ayutthaya during 1765. Their efforts became a significant Thai historical event, which has been popularized by the release of the movie Bang Rachan that has been distributed worldwide. H.R.H. the King presided over the park's opening in 1976 which is on the actual site of the former fortress. Within the fortress is Wat Mai Dang (Red Wood Temple) where the villagers sought solace and a redwood tree dating back to the Ayutthaya era.
Wat Sawang Arom is the center for sculpting Buddha images where the traditional skill of sculpting and casting has been passed down for generations. It also houses and preserves the provincial oldest long-tailed boats, such as the Golden Swan boat. A collection of shadow play pieces numbering more than 300 are also kept here.
Thailand's largest sitting Buddha in the blessin gesture, Phra Bhut Suwan Mongkol Mahamunee , is housed in a large wiharn (hall) whose walls are adorned with beautiful golden murals within Wat Pikun Thong. The temple ground also has a tranquil park for meditations.
The Inburi National Museum houses rare, historical artifacts from the reigns of King RamaV and Rama VI. Aside it is a historical building built on railroad tracks. The wooden chapel's doors and window panels were embellished with delicate carvings that took 10 years to complete.