Wat Phra Ram (Thai: วัดพระราม) is famous for its chedis and the towering prang. Although in ruins today, the remaining stucco work provides testimony to the rich work done on the monument. Wat Phra Ram is a restored ruin located in the Historical Park of Ayutthaya in Pratu situated close to the Grand Palace and Wat Phra Sri Sanphet in a swampy area called Bueng Phra Ram.
This temple consists of one huge prang and some smaller chedi and outbuildings, all in disrepair though the top of the prang is complete. Staircases to the side of the prang give views of Ayutthaya. A big lagoon is in front of this monastery. Its original name was "Nong Sano", it was changed to be "Bueng Phra Ram" or currently Phra Ram Public Park.
Artifacts were found during excavations in the second half of the fifties in the crypt of Wat Phra Ram. Some are at display in the Wat Mahathat room of the Chao Sam Phraya Museum. But due to the limited number of findings, the relic chambers of Wat Phra Ram were likely emptied by looters earlier.