which historical remains exist. Yups, Fort Vredeburg Museum is an
excellent start to explore the history of Indonesia as well as
This old fortress was built during the reign of Sultan
Hamengkubuwono I to protect Jogja Palace from the enemy thread. Fort
Vredeburg had undergone several renovations and changes. Its name was
initially known as Rustenburg, and then it was changed in 1867 to
Vredeburg until today.
What can you do there? I said, many. As a museum, Vredeburg is a
great place to explore, especially about the history of Jogja. Its
architecture and pattern will make you amazed.
Besides, there are four rooms of dioramas representing a different
period of Indonesia special events. Each diorama has its uniqueness
in which you can learn many things about Indonesia and Yogyakarta.
At a specific time, you can also watch a short movie about
Indonesia history. There are also art performances usually held in
the first part of the museum.
Margo Mulyo No.6 Street, Ngupasan, Gondomanan Regency, Yogyakarta
City, Special Region Yogyakarta, 55122
Vredeburg Museum offers complete facilities for the guests,
- Spacious room for any events
- Guest rooms
An audio-visual place for watching a movie about the
- Well-equipped library
- Prayer room
- Performance rooms
Restaurant and Cafe inside the museum called as Indische
Open Hours and Entrance Fee
Vredeburg Museum is available to access from 08.00 am to 04.00 pm.
Remember, this museum is closed on Monday.
To enter this museum, local tourists should pay IDR 3.000 per
ticket. For foreign tourists, the card is priced IDR 10.000 per
Not only worth to visit for its excellent facilities, but
Vredeburg Museum is also a strategic location. This museum is close
to several famous landmarks of Jogja such as Malioboro Street, Jogja
Palace, and Zero Kilometre. Don’t miss this one!