Museum ini menampilkan sejumlah besar koleksi wayang dari berbagai penjuru Indonesia, yang terbuat dari berbagai jenis material, seperti kulit, kayu, dan kain. Terdapat pula sejumlah koleksi wayang dari berbagai negara di Asia, termasuk Cina dan Kamboja. Secara keseluruhan terdapat sekitar 4000 koleksi wayang.

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Category
Museums & Landmarks
Essentials
Area
West Jakarta
Contact
(62-21) 6929560
Address
Jl. Pintu Besar Utara No. 27, West Jakarta
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Related Events

  • Jun 20 2014
    Pagelaran Wayang Kulit

    Dalam rangka menyambut HUT Kota Jakarta ke 487 Tahun 2014

    Warung Solo menyelenggarakan Pagelaran Wayang Kulit semalam suntuk pada,

    Hari/Tanggal : Jum'at/ 20 Juni 2014

    Jam                   : 20.00 s.d Selesai

    Tempat             : Warung Solo, Jl. Madrasah No. 14 Cilandak Timur, Jakarta Selatan

    Lakon                : Semar Mbangun Jiwo (Revolusi Mental)

    Dalang              : Ki Sri Thengkleng (Solo)

    134 day(s) ago

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