Sri Baduga Museum start established in 1974 by using the old buildings used Kawedanan Tegallega. The museum was inaugurated on June 5, 1980 by the Minister of Education and Culture, Professor. Dr. Daoed Yoesoef.The naming of the Sri Baduga Museum is based on Kepmendikbud numbers 02223/0/1990, April 4, 1990. The name is taken from the title of king of Pajajaran who was governed in West Java in 1474-1513. The full tittle name is Maharaja Sri Baduga Ratu Haji Di Pakuan Pajajaran, as written in the inscription Batutulis, Bogor.

Sri Baduga Museum has 10 species collections, namely: Geologika / geografika, Biologika, Etnografika, Arkeologika, Historika, Numismatika / heraldika, Fisiologika, Keramologika, Fine Art and Teknologika.

The museum is open on Monday - Sunday from 08.00 am until 03:00 pm, except national holidays the museum closed. Adult ticket prices 2.000 Rupiah and the children 1.000 Rupiah. Group amounted to more than 40 people, this museum gives a discount of 10%.

Sri Baduga Museum
BKR Street No. 185
Phone: +62 22 5210976
Fax: +62 22 5223214

Source : Balarea

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