Founded in 1982, this museum explores the fascinating relationship between botany and Indonesian ethnic culture. Among the exhibited items are 1,300 artifacts from various regions in the Indonesian archipelago that are all made from botanical materials. The display features household items, toys, aboriginal outfits and armors, as well as farming, fishing and musical equipment. A herbarium and a library complement the museum, which is part of the Botany Division of the Indonesian Institute of Sciences.
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