Famous Museums in Bali

The museums in Bali give the very essence of its citizens and rich culture. If you are looking for something deeper and more meaningful, head to the museums in city. Explore the cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical side of Bali with these museums.
We have curated a variety of the best and free museums in city, besides the usual arts or historical ones. Explore and engage yourself with the wonders of science at the museum of science in Bali. Get fascinated by the exceptional stories of heroes at war museums or memorials. You can go wow with your kids at the Natural history museums or enjoy some time at children's museums in Bali.
Check out this list for an entertaining and enlightening trip to the museums in Bali.

Let's explore the finest collection of museums in Bali:

  1. Museum Trick Art 3D

    4.3 (880 Votes)
    Museum Trick Art 3D

    Museum, Entertainment, Specialty Museum

    The trompe l'oeil art technique is one in which the eye is tricked into thinking that a 2D image is actually 3D. A collaboration of local and Korean artist created 120 backdrops covering everything from movie posters to cityscapes to recreations of historic places and everything in between. Basically if you pose in certain ways it can seem as if you're actually inside the artwork. If you want t...Read more
  2. Setia Darma House Of Mask And Puppets

    Art And Culture, Museum, Specialty Museum

    The Sukawati District is famous for its extensive population of sculptors, woodcrafters and other artists. That is why it is the best place to host this cultural museum. Five traditional Balinese Pavilions are spread over 1.4 hectares. Inside them, thematically displayed, is one of the world's richest collections of masks and puppets. Represented here are not only Indonesian cultural artifacts,...Read more
  3. Agung Rai Museum Of Art

    4.4 (6411 Votes)
    Agung Rai Museum Of Art

    Art And Culture, Art Museum, Museum

    This is an exquisite display of private collection of the art pieces belonging to various Balinese, Javanese and foreign artists. The art pieces reflect the culture of Indonesia and the stories revolving around every collectible will enthrall you. The surrounding gardens and lily ponds add to the allure of the place.
  4. Neka Art Museum

    4.4 (5641 Votes)
    Neka Art Museum

    Art And Culture, Art Museum, Museum

    The Neka Art Museum was opened in 1982 and is named after a Balinese teacher Suteja Neka who collected paintings as a means of artistic documentation. Nowadays the museum has a great selection of works from many famous Balinese artists and expats who have lived here and influenced local artists. The museum displays unique paintings based on various scenes and incidences from Hindu epics of Maha...Read more
  5. Don Antonio Blanco Museum

    Art And Culture, Museum

    This flamboyant building, a unique blend of Balinese architecture imbued with the spirit of his native Spain, houses an interesting collection of works drawn from different periods of long career of Blanco. During his life it was visited daily by hundreds of people from all over the world. The artist, full of "Catalan charisma," earned himself the sobriquet "The Fabulous Blanco," an expression ...Read more
  6. Batur Geopark

    4.5 (16 Votes)
    Batur Geopark


    Even if you’re merely passing through this area, this museum is a quick and informative stop. Exploring the geological history of both Indonesia’s location on the Pacific Ring of fire, and of the formation and eruption record of Mount Batur and the volcano that formed this caldera, this museum is unexpectedly engaging. Included among its exhibits are a variety of rocks collected loc...Read more
  7. The Blanco Renaissance Museum


    As the name suggests, the place is all dedicated to Don Antonio Blanco- a popular Philippine-born maestro who lived from 1912 to 1999. Established as an unofficial attraction in Ubud, the museum was a house and studio of Blanco sits cosily on the hill top. Its natural surrounding only adds to the mystery that the place is, moreover the scenery of the lush valley of Campuhan coupled with the ar...Read more
  8. Upside Down World Bali, Indonesia

    Specialty Museum

    Wish to have some adventure but don’t want to go very far from the city? Then this Bali’s Upside Down World is the perfect place for you. The eccentric, innovative and fun indoor place is deliberately designed to give it an illusion of an upside down world with fascinating décor and furniture. Come with your friends and family and have a few hours of fun posing for pictures ...Read more
  9. Museum Puri Lukisan

    4.2 (224 Votes)
    Museum Puri Lukisan


    Balinese art is deeply ingrained in the local culture and lives of artisans all over the island. At the Puri Lukisan Museum, located at the main street in Ubud, art in many forms is preserved and exhibited, an excellent representation of the art in Balinese culture. The museum has a variety of collections and pieces from various local and international artists, and specially celebrates Balinese...Read more
  10. Museum Gedong Kirtya

    4.5 (32 Votes)
    Museum Gedong Kirtya

    Library, Museum

    Launcher is the local word referring to bomb script manuscript. This Library, established in 1928, has manuscripts in addition to transcriptions on metal plates and books that deal with philosophies, sciences, magic and languages. Despite this unique template, this library has established itself as a major resource of the Hindu culture of the island of Bali. Some of these manuscripts also colle...Read more