Bank Mandiri Museum is a heritage building that occupies an area of 1,039 m². At first, the building was built in 1929 with architectural style Neiuw-Zakelijk this is a building used for offices Nederlandsche Handel Maatschappij NV in Batavia. Various collections of banking operational equipment of bank such securities, numismatic, ledgers, money counting machines, safes, and others. All collections are included in the exhibition layout designed so that it feels interesting nuances of banking past.

Avalaible Hours
MondayCloseWednesday
08.00–16.00
Friday
08.00–16.00
Sunday
08.00–16.00
Tuesday
08.00–16.00
Thursday
08.00–16.00
Saturday
08.00–16.00


Important Information

Category
Museums & Landmarks
Essentials
Area
West Jakarta
Contact
(62-21) 6902000
Address
Jl. Lapangan Stasiun No.1, West Jakarta
Website

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