The Indonesia Museum (Indonesian: Museum Indonesia), is an anthropology and ethnological museum located in Taman Mini Indonesia Indah (TMII), Jakarta, Indonesia. The museum is concentrated on arts and cultures of various ethnic groups that inhabit Indonesian archipelago and formed the modern nation of Indonesia. The museum is a richly decorated building in Balinese architecture, it houses traditional and contemporary arts, crafts and traditional costumes from the different regions of the nation. If tourist wants to take a picture with their camera, a ticket pass of Rp. 5000 must be given to the counter in the first floor. If handicam, Rp. 10000. However, it is free to take pictures with cellphones.
The permanent exhibit and collections of Indonesia museum is arranged within three sections located on each three floors.
Sometimes the museum also displays non-permanent or temporary exhibitions with specific themes, such as topeng (traditional mask), traditional textiles, weapons, paintings, also art and craft demonstrations; such as batik or wayang kulit making. Other buildings within the museum complex is Balinese park, Bale Panjang, Bale Bundar, and Soko Tujuh building that available for rent to host public or private events.
The Indonesia museum is popular destination for local and international visitors, students, and sometimes VIPs, the official guest of the state; most in order to catch a glimpse of Indonesian rich cultural diversity within a single visit, a "one stop to learn about Indonesia".