Museum of Batik Pekalongan was inaugurated by the 6th President of the Republic of Indonesia, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on July 12, 2006. The museum building has an area of approximately 2.500 m2 on a land area of 3.675 m2. The building was a Dutch heritage building that has stood since 1906. This building has functioned as City Hall, the Mayor's Office, the sugar factory up until the municipal government office complex and ultimately Batik Museum.
Museum Batik Pekalongan has a lot of batik collection, the old and modern batik from various Indonesian regions, from Java, Sumatra, Borneo, up to Papua.
Not only exhibiting a collection of batik, Museum Batik Pekalongan also be a training center and learning center of making batik. Students and visitors can learn to how to make batik or conduct research on the culture of batik.
Cooperation with some parties needed to preserve the culture of batik. All done in accordance with the Batik Museum's commitment to continue to maintain and preserve the cultural heritage of high valued.
Museum Batik Pekalongan Address: Jl. Jatayu No. 3, North Pekalongan, Pekalongan, Central Java, Indonesia. Phone: (+62 0285) 431 698