Timings : Tuesday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM Saturday, Sunday:8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Entry Fee : Adult: IDR 5,000
Students: No Entry Fee
If you want to understand how the Indonesian banking system works, the Museum Bank Indonesia is just the right place. Situated at the Old Town, this colonial style museum contains a large collection of historical currencies of Indonesia along with the rest of the world. The museum is quite comfortable and well arranged especially for children who want to learn about banking.
One of the nation's best, this museum is dedicated to the history of Indonesia from a loosely financial perspective, in a grand, expertly restored, neo-classical former bank headquarters that dates from the early 20th century. The museum includes old currencies from around the world in its display collection, from as early as the 14th-century pre-colonial era.
The museum also provides visitors with an audio and visual experience on the history of currencies and trade in Indonesia from the pre-colonial era to the present state. The ticket price is IDR 5000 for Indonesian and foreigners and it is free for students. The Museum Bank Indonesia is open from Tuesday to Sunday and has an admission fee. Many of the exhibits have information signs in English.
Ask at the reception area about temporary exhibitions and seminars.
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