Surabaya Education Museum
The Education Zone in this era may look very simple and basic, but it also teaches one of the most important essences of knowledge that remains relevant until this era, survival. In this zone, there is a collection of Ancient Manuscripts in the 1800s. Manuscripts made from Lontar leaves and Pre-Script Dioramas (Primordial man)
In this zone, influences and patterns from outside the archipelago that are assimilated by local elements make education in this era more dynamic and interesting than before. The various spread (of religion) and knowledge distributed even have their own types of aksara (script).
The Colonial Zone tells about the Dutch and Japanese Colonial era Education. Collections related to this Colonial zone include teacher’s Bicycle, Zundapp bikes for taking students to school, etc.
Independence Zone displays collections related to civil education from 1945 to 1990.
Address: Jl. Genteng Kali No. 10
Open: Tuesday to Sunday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. | Monday: CLOSE
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