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Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics
Museum of Fine Art and CeramicsJl. Pos Kota No.2, RT.9/RW.7, Pinangsia, Kec. Taman Sari, Kota Jakarta Barat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 11110, Indonesia

The Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics is a museum in Jakarta, Indonesia. The museum is dedicated especially to the display of traditional fine art and ceramics of Indonesia. The museum is located in east side of Fatahillah Square, near Jakarta History Museum and Wayang Museum.

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Wisata Kota Tua Jakarta
Wisata Kota Tua Jakarta0.11 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

Kota Tua Jakarta is a neighborhood comprising the original downtown area of Jakarta, Indonesia. It is also known as Oud Batavia, Benedenstad ", contrasting it with Weltevreden, de Bovenstad, or Kota Lama. The site contains Dutch-style structures mostly dated from the 17th century when the port city served as the Asian headquarter of VOC during the heyday of the spice trade. It spans 1.3 square kilometers within North Jakarta and West Jakarta. The largely Chinese downtown area of Glodok is a par

Fatahillah Square
Fatahillah Square0.14 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

Fatahillah Square is the historical center of the old Batavia. The square is located at the center of Jakarta Old Town. Today the square is a tourist area home to the Jakarta History Museum, Wayang Museum and Fine Art and Ceramics Museum in Kota, Jakarta.

Jakarta History Museum
Jakarta History Museum0.16 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

The Jakarta History Museum, also known as Fatahillah Museum or Batavia Museum, is located in the Old Town of Jakarta, Indonesia. The building was built in 1710 as the Stadhuis of Batavia. Jakarta History Museum opened in 1974 and displays objects from the prehistory period of the city region, the founding of Jayakarta in 1527, and the Dutch colonization period from the 16th century until Indonesia’s Independence in 1945.

Wayang Museum
Wayang Museum0.23 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

The Wayang Museum is a museum dedicated to Javan wayang puppetry. The museum is located in Kota Tua, Jakarta, Indonesia. It is one of several museums and galleries facing the Fatahillah Square, which include Jakarta History Museum, Fine Art and Ceramic Museum, and Kota Post Office art gallery.

Museum Bank Indonesia
Museum Bank Indonesia0.36 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

Bank Indonesia Museum is a bank museum located in Jakarta, Indonesia. It was founded by Bank Indonesia and opened on 21 July 2009. The museum is housed in a heritage building in Jakarta Old Town that had been the first headquarters of the Netherlands Indies gulden, the central bank of the Dutch East Indies. The bank was nationalized as Bank Indonesia in 1953, after Indonesia gained its independence. It is located next to Bank Mandiri Museum.

Museum Bank Mandiri
Museum Bank Mandiri0.45 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

Bank Mandiri Museum is the corporate museum of the namesake Bank Mandiri, located in the old banking district of Jakarta Old Town in northern Jakarta, Indonesia. The museum is housed in the former headquarters of the Netherlands Trading Society, one of the primary ancestor of ABN AMRO. The museum is closed on Mondays and public holidays. It is located next to Museum Bank Indonesia.

Jembatan Kota Intan
Jembatan Kota Intan0.54 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

Kota Intan Bridge is a hanging bridge located at Kali Besar of Kota Tua in Jakarta. It is the oldest bridge in Indonesia that was built in 1628 by the Dutch East India Company. Now the bridge is under the management of the Jakarta Provincial Tourism and Culture Department. The bridge is also known as jembatan gantung or hanging bridge. In the past, it operated as a Bascule bridge. The double “leaf” of the bridge would swing upward to provide clearance for marine traffic during the colonial era.

Jakarta Bahari Museum
Jakarta Bahari Museum1.07 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

The Maritime Museum (Indonesian: Museum Bahari) is located in the old Sunda Kelapa harbor area in Penjaringan Administrative Village, Penjaringan Subdistrict, Jakarta, Indonesia. The museum was inaugurated inside the former Dutch East India Company warehouses. The museum focuses on the maritime history of Indonesia and the importance of the sea to the economy of present-day Indonesia.

Glodok
Glodok1.19 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

Glodok is an urban village of Taman Sari, West Jakarta, Indonesia. The area is also known as Pecinan or Chinatown since the Dutch colonial era, and is considered the biggest in Indonesia. Majority of the traders and residents of Glodok are Chinese descent. The area dates back to colonial times when in November 1740, Dutch East Indies Company designated Glodok as a residential area for ethnic Chinese. Administratively, the area is a kelurahan under the Taman Sari subdistrict, West Jakarta.

Sea world
Sea world1.36 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

Sea World Jakarta or also known Sea World Ancol is a marine aquarium suited in North Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia. It consists of 1 Main tank, 1 shark tank, and several other tanks, also the white crocodile exhibit. The Main tank of the Sea World Ancol is the biggest aquarium in the Southeast Asia. Sea World Ancol was closed at September 2014 but since 17 July 2015 has been reopened to the public. The owner company is currently expanding to turn the facility as the world's largest sea park.

Merdeka Palace
Merdeka Palace4.14 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

The Merdeka Palace, is one of six presidential palaces in Indonesia. It is located on the north side of Merdeka Square in Central Jakarta, Indonesia and is used as the official residence of the President of the Republic of Indonesia. It is one of the tourist attractions in Indonesia.

Gedung Kesenian Jakarta
Gedung Kesenian Jakarta4.22 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

One of the beautiful building in the heart of the Jakarta and is famous among the tourists. The Jakarta Art Building, historically known as Schouwburg Weltevreden, is a concert hall in Sawah Besar, Central Jakarta, Indonesia, built during the colonial period in Batavia, Dutch East Indies.

Taman Prasasti Museum
Taman Prasasti Museum4.26 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

Museum Taman Prasasti is a museum located in Jakarta, Indonesia. The museum was formerly a cemetery, built by the Dutch colonial government in 1795 as a final resting place for noble Dutchmen. Several important person that was buried in the cemetery area are Olivia Mariamne Raffles - the first wife of British governor general Thomas Stamford Raffles - and Indonesian youth activist Soe Hok Gie.

Istiqlal Mosque
Istiqlal Mosque4.38 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia is the largest mosque in Southeast Asia and the third largest Sunni mosque in term of capacity. This national mosque of Indonesia was built to commemorate Indonesian independence and named "Istiqlal", an Arabic word for "independence". The mosque was opened to the public 22 February 1978. Within Jakarta, the mosque is positioned next to Merdeka Square and the Jakarta Cathedral.

Jakarta Cathedral
Jakarta Cathedral4.40 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

Jakarta Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Jakarta, Indonesia, which is also the seat of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Jakarta, currently Archbishop Ignatius Suharyo Hardjoatmodjo. Its official name is Gereja Santa Perawan Maria Diangkat ke Surga. This current cathedral was consecrated in 1901 and built in the neo-gothic style, a common architectural style to build churches at that time. The Jakarta Cathedral is located in Central Jakarta near Merdeka Square and Merdeka Palace, right

Lapangan Banteng
Lapangan Banteng4.74 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

Lapangan Banteng,, formerly Waterloo Square in Batavia, Dutch East Indies, is a historic square located in Sawah Besar, Weltevreden in Central Jakarta, Indonesia. Lapangan Banteng Park is located in the area. There is also a street named Jalan Lapangan Banteng.

National Museum Jakarta
National Museum Jakarta4.76 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

The National Museum of Indonesia, is an archeological, historical, ethnological, and geographical museum located in Jalan Medan Merdeka Barat, Central Jakarta, right on the west side of Merdeka Square. Popularly known as the Elephant Building after the elephant statue in its forecourt. Its broad collections cover all of Indonesia's territory and almost all of its history. The museum has endeavoured to preserve Indonesia's heritage for two centuries.

National Monument Jakarta
National Monument Jakarta4.79 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

The National Monument is a 132 m tower in the centre of Merdeka Square, Central Jakarta, symbolizing the fight for Indonesia. It is the national monument of the Republic of Indonesia, built to commemorate the struggle for Indonesian independence. It is one of the tourist attraction in Jakarta porvince.

Taman Impian Jaya Ancol
Taman Impian Jaya Ancol5.17 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

Taman Impian Jaya Ancol otherwise known as Ancol Dreamland is an integral part of Ancol Bay City, a resort destination located along Jakarta's waterfront, in Ancol, Pademangan, Indonesia.

National Gallery of Indonesia
National Gallery of Indonesia5.33 KMs away from Museum of Fine Art and Ceramics

The National Gallery of Indonesia is an art gallery and museum in Jakarta, Indonesia. The National Gallery of Indonesia has existed as a cultural institution in the field of visual arts since May 8, 1999. The institution plays an important role in expanding public's awareness of artworks through preservation, development and exploitation of the visual arts in Indonesia.