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Tuesday, August 14, 2012


Traveling certainly do not have to go to a place of luxury, expensive, or that presents a test ride of adrenaline games. Museum can also be used as an alternative place where excursions can also serve the needs of the public with a wide collection of precious objects and historic, where conservation and research, even one place that can be used also for studies, education, knowledge, and pleasure.

Geological Museum of Bandung is one place that can be used as an object geotravel. The museum was founded on May 16, 1928 and had been renovated with a grant from JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency). Geological Museum in Bandung teletak Dipenogoro Road no. 57, not far from Building Sate and RRI Bandung. In this museum can be found all matters relating to geology. Among the objects in the collection is the first human skull fossil in the world, the fossils of prehistoric animal skeleton, weighing 156 kg meteorite that fell on March 30, 1884 at Jatipelangon, Madison, and much more. This museum store and manage the abundant geological material collected during fieldwork in Indonesia since 1850.

Regarding tariffs, the museum was originally applied to the general cost of Rp 2,000 and Rp 1,500 for students. When it comes to student group is only Rp 1,000. However, the current manager of the museum policy regarding the admission rates have been released or free of charge. Of course this is good news for people who love to travel to museums and even an attraction for people who want to visit but do not want to spend money. Instead, the visitors were only asked to sign the guest book that has been provided. Bandung Geology Museum is open from Monday to Thursday between the hours of 09:00 to 15:00 pm, while Saturday and Sunday open from 9:00 to 13:00 o'clock pm. Especially on Fridays and public holidays closed. "The museum is off because we also need to take care of a collection of objects that exist here." Said one of the museum employees.


Address: Jl. No Dipenogoro. 57
Bandung - 40 122
West Java, Indonesia

info: phone. +62 22 7213822

1 comment:

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