DetailsBayt Al Quran Museum
Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII) in Jakarta not only has a variety of traditional house tourism there is also a museum that has a collection of the largest and smallest Qur'an manuscripts in Indonesia. The museum is Bayt Al-Quran located in Taman Mini Indonesia Indah.
Bayt Al Quran was inaugurated on 20 April 1997. The idea of this development when President Soeharto wanted to display the largest Quran Mushaf in Indonesia and other manuscripts on display at the Festival Istiqlal in 1991 and 1995. This museum displays various mushafs from within and abroad, including Mushaf Al The greatest believing Quran Wonosobo and the smallest Mushaf of Istanbul in Indonesia.
The building has square design with a pyramid roof that refers to the Demak mosque as one of the oldest and historic mosques in Indonesia. The building is enhanced with a rehal, which places the holy book of the Qur'an. When viewed from above this building resembles the letter "q" which symbolically means the Qur'an. The building consists of four floors. The first floor is a mosque and also a living room, souvenir shop, cafeteria and exhibition space equipped with audio-visual facilities. The second floor serves as a museum. The third floor is a library and research space. The fourth floor is a classroom, a teaching room and tahfizh Al-Qur'an.