National Museum of Indonesia
The National Museum of Indonesia (Indonesian: Museum Nasional, sometimes referred to as Museum Gajah) is an archeological, historical, ethnological, and geographical museum located in Jakarta.
Indonesian Record Museum
Indonesian Record Museum (Museum Rekor Indonesia or MURI) is a museum located in Semarang, Indonesia. A collection of Indonesian records is presented in this museum. Created on January 27, 1990 by Jaya Suprana, this museum contains about 1200 records through July 2005.
Rudana Art Museum
Museum Rudana or Rudana Art Museum was built in Ubud, Bali, by Nyoman Rudana. It is reflected in the concept of Bali philosophy Tri Hita Karana, where art has a great contribution in spreading world peace, prosperity and brotherhood amongst mankind. Humanism concept of Rudana Art Museum is the main philosophy of Nyoman Rudana in collecting paintings in the museum.
Asmat Museum of Culture and Progress
The Asmat Museum of Culture and Progress (AMCP) is located in the city of Agats, in the Papua province of Indonesia. It was conceived by the Crosier missionary Frank Trenkenschuh in 1969 as a way to preserve traditional Asmat art as well as provide economic outlets to the Asmat people. It was built by the Diocese of Agats-Asmat, which also owns the museum. The American artist Tobias Schneebaum and Ursula Konrad helped in establishing the museum and it officially opened on August 17, 1973. The museum has catalogued approximately 1,200 items to its collection.
Jogja National Museum
Experience The Jogja Art Renaissance in GAMPINGAN, the Former Site of the Akedemi Seni Rupa Indonesia (ASRI) and Institute Seni Indonesia (ISI), the Current Hangout for Hip Artists, and the Future home of the Jogja National Museum.
Archaeological Museum Trowulan
One of Trowulan's central attractions is the new Archaeological Museum, to be found on the western side of the kolam segaran. Officially opened in 1987, it was built for the purpose of displaying and preserving the ever increasing number of historical treasures discovered in the vicinity of the old Majapahit capital. Covering a spacious area of some 57,625 square metres, this new site accommodates the collection of the old Trowulan Museum, as well as the bulk of the stone sculpture which used to be housed in the museum of Mojokerto.
ndonesian Stamp Museum
This museum is built on land with an area of 9,950 square metres on the right side of Komodo Museum and decorated with carvings in the styles typical of Bali and Java. On either side of the stamp Museum, there are two building of 204 square metres each for management office and Branch Post Office providing postal services to visitors and customers.
House of Sampoerna
The Museum offers a truly unique experience for visitors. From the story of the founding family to closely watching a real hand-roll production facility and ending up with an unforgettable experience of rolling a stick of Dji Sam Soe cigarette yourself. Yes‚ you can join the 3‚500 women in this plant‚ hand-rolling cigarettes using traditional equipment. They do it at a speed of more than 325 sticks per hour.
Museum Affandi was built in a long way. The struggle made by his children is never ended. Kartika Affandi, who has known as his first daughter, have a great spirit. Her aptitudes which she gain from her father make her think that is necessary to build a museum.
Provincial State Museum of West Nusa Tenggara
The Provincial State Museum of West Nusa Tenggara is located in the South Ampenan area, about 7 kilometres from the centre of Mataram City. In the front section of the museum is the Lobby Hall with its modern architecture, inspired by Berugak. Berugak being the traditional Lombok building that functions as storage for rice. Usually, the Berugak building is used when receiving guests, for cultural performances, and others. The Lobby Hall is used for the sale of admission tickets, for a deposit counter for personal belongings, and an information desk.
This museum, founded in November 1935 and designed by the Dutch architect Kersten, is built in the traditional Javanese style of architecture. On exhibit are weapons, leather and wooden puppets of wayang theatre, masks, statues, textiles, curios and old Javanese gamelan Instruments. The museum is situated on the northern side of the city's main square in front of the Sultan's Palace. Open everyday except Mondays.
This Train Museum is located in a hilly town of Ambarawa, about an hour driving south from Semarang direction to Joyga. In comparison with various Train Museums I have visited abroad, this particular Museum is definitely not well maintained, except the ones which is still being used commercially. The grand looking Old Steam Trains left rusted outside, instead of putting them into a kind of hangar (under the roof), as most other train museums do.
Museum Jamu Nyonya Meneer
This museum is a public museum, established and initiated to fulfill the ambition for preserving all cultural objects relating to 'jamu' and that it will be developed to be in line with the function of other museums that is as an exhibition outlet.
Ullen Sentallu Museum
Ullen Sentallu museum, as one of many museum in Jogja, is an exotic museum that tries to preserve the heritage heir of the palace of yogyakarta, particularly the past women's heir.
Museum Dirgantara Mandala
This museum was built on April 4, 969 at jl. Tanah Abang, Bukit, Jakarta by the Air force Commander, Laksmana Udara Rusmin Nuryadin. On November 1977, it was moved and joined with Museum of Ksatrian AAU (Air Force Academy) at Adisucipto Port, Yogyakarta. On July 29, 1978; it was officially declared as Central Museum of TNI AU “ Dirgantara Mandala”. In 1984, it was moved to Wonocatur, precisely at an ex suga factory building build in the era of Dutch colony.