Museums in East Nusa Tenggara

Museums in East Nusa Tenggara
Museums in East Nusa Tenggara

Museums in East Nusa Tenggara

Visiting East Nusa Tenggara you can make a visit to the museum. There are 5 types of museums in East Nusa Tenggara. There will be a lot of knowledge that is not known by many people. Moreover, the history of each museum.

Regional Museum

The museum, located in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara, is one of the regional museums in NTT. Collectibles in the museum reach 6,199 kinds of items. The contents of museum contain several items of technology, fine art, numismatics, history, geography, biology, and archeology. The museum turned out to be in the old city, the city of Kupang.

Blewut Blewut

The museum is located on the hills of the Nita district. Sikka district. Has a variety of objects that can be studied and researched. There are cultural tools, fauna and flora fossils, art collections, and much more. All collections that you can find in Bikon cantaloupe.

The 1000 Moko Museum

The 1000 moko museum is located on the island of Alor, East Nusa Tenggara. Moko is a drum instrument where the top and bottom are closed, so it is like a drum. Moko used to be a dowry or even used as a musical instrument. Most of the objects in the 1000 moko museum come from the private collections of Kalabahi residents who will move and be handed over to the local government of Kalabahi.

4. Sumba Culture House

The Sumba cultural house is not just an ordinary house, because this house introduces the history and culture of Sumba. Rumah Sumba is not an ordinary house. There are research centers and cultural studies, and there are also tourist attractions in Sumba. The collections in the Sumba cultural house are kitchen utensils, menhirs, photographs, and totems.

5. Regional Museum Dr. (H.C) Oemboe Hina Kapita

This museum, which is located in East Sumba, protects cultural heritage. The collections in the Regional Museum of Dr. (H.C) Oemboe Hina Kapita is a biologists, archaeologist, ethnography, keramologika, and technologist.