Museum Bank Indonesia presents information Bank Indonesia's role in the history of the nation that began before the arrival of the west of the archipelago until the formation of Bank Indonesia in 1953 and the policies of Bank Indonesia, also includes background and impact of Bank Indonesia policies for the public until 2005 ,

The presentation is packaged in such a way to take advantage of modern technology and multi-media, such as electronic displays, static panels, plasma televisions, and a diorama thereby creating the convenience of visitors to enjoy the Museum of Bank Indonesia. There are also the facts and the collection of historical objects in the period before the establishment of Bank Indonesia, as in the time of kingdoms archipelago, which include money numismatic collection also attractively displayed.

Inauguration of Museum Bank Indonesia conducted through two stages, namely the inauguration of Phase I and opened to the public (soft opening) on 15 December 2006 by the Governor of Bank Indonesia at the time, Burhanuddin Abdullah, and the inauguration of the second phase (grand opening) by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, on July 21, 2009.

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Museums & Landmarks
West Jakarta
(62-21) 2600158
Jl. Pintu Besar Utara No. 3, West Jakarta

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