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National Sports Museum

The location of National Sports Museum [ Museum Olahraga Nasional ] is right to the west of the parking area of Imax Theater Keong Mas, and in front of the southern end of Bayt Al Qur'an. On the south side of the National Sports Museum there's a TMII's Tennis court.

The idea of building a national sports museum emerged from Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono IX, and was re-initiated by Abdul Gofur in 1986 and then set a location in Taman Mini Indonesia Indah. The building design was done by Ir. Zaini Rachiman, and the pattern and contents of the museum were compiled by a team chaired by I Nyoman Nuarte.


The blueprint's approval for the sports museum building was signed by Mrs. Tien Soeharto on July 1, 1987. On October 4, 1987, the groundbreaking was carried out by Alamsyah Ratu Perwira Negara, and President Soeharto inaugurated the museum on April 20, 1989 to coincide with the 14th Anniversary of Taman Mini Indonesia Indah.

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The National Sports Museum occupies a building area of 3000 m2 consisting of 3 floors, which was built on an area of 1.5 hectares. The shape of the Sports Museum building was made to resemble a giant ball as high as 17 meters in the center of it. The existence of a pool in the museum is an indication that water is an inseparable part of sports activities.

On the 1st Floor, there is a Sports Motto Exhibition Room, which displays a series of sports mottos at the national and international levels such as sportsmanship, struggle and brotherhood, complete with photographs that illustrate these values.


The National Sports History Exhibition Room contains a number of interesting posters about the early history of the emergence of sports activities in Indonesia, such as the PON I, the Asian Games, the formation of PSSI and the opening of the Sriwedari Solo stadium and the Bung Karno Stadium (Sports Arena) in Jakarta.

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An installation of a beautiful golden statue on the first floor depicts the sport of diving. Altogether there are 4 statues hanging vertically in this room, each in a different body's position, like when an athlete in a somersault jumps from a height and then swoops down to enter the pool.

The Inter-Nation History Exhibition Room displays photos of the 1951 Asean Games I in New Delhi and the 1962 Asean Games IV in Jakarta, as well as the Indonesian Contingent's first participation in the Olympics in Helsinki Finland in 1952.

The Sports Figure Showroom presents important sports figures who developed and promoted sports in Indonesia, both from the bureaucracy, the chairman of the Indonesian Sports Organization, and athletes. The Achievement Sports Exhibition Room displays goods from various sports of KONI members, in the form of sports game equipment, medals, trophies, photos of athletes when they won a sport, as well as the history of the establishment of KONI.

The Sports Interactive Games room provides the opportunity for visitors to play interactive sports games such as shooting, golf, measuring stroke power, etc. In the Contemporary Exhibition Room, periodic exhibitions based on thematic, or sports, and periodization of sports are usually held, as well as exhibitions of sports products.

The Sports News Showroom displays the KOPASSUS Team's 1997 climb of Mount Everest, the items used in the Everest summit's conquest, the climbing chronology and the Everest climbing award certificate. There is also a replica of the Pinisi Boat and a replica of KRI Dewaruci and KRI Arung Samudra. Also exhibited is a list of award recipients from the State from 2001 for the achievements of sportsmen who have contributed to elevating Indonesia's name in international forums.

At the second floor of the National Sports Museum there are Olympiad Exhibition Room, Sea Games, Asean Games & Para Games, which contains Indonesia's participation in regional and international sports events and the results achieved by athletes. In the Traditional Sports Showroom, the forms and origins of traditional games are displayed, which include game tools and ways of playing from 27 provinces.

In the Pon Exhibition Room, things about the implementation of PON I to XVII are displayed as well as athletes' struggles to achieve achievements in various sports. The collections displayed include the PON philosophy, the promise of referees and athletes, medals, torches, pictures from 27 PON participating provinces, and the XVI PON mascot in East Java.

On the 3rd floor, there is Exhibition Hall of Fame, which features world-achieving athlete figures and becomes the first figure in achievement. There are also dioramas of traditional games from various provinces in the form of paintings and sculptures in full size, such as stone jumping from Nias Island, pasola from East Nusa Tenggara, karapan sapi from Madura, and standing rowing from Papua.


Supporting facilities for the National Sports Museum are in the form of an auditorium, multipurpose room, fitness room, tennis court and a canteen that can be used by the general public. In the museum yard, Fyn Sunday is held in the form of joint aerobic exercises that can be followed by the general public on every Sunday morning.

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Access to the National Sports Museum by Transjakarta Bus Corridor 10 Tanjung Priok - Cililitan get off at the Cililitan Wholesale Center, followed by city transportation T02, get off in front of the TMII entrance. Transjakarta buses, Corridor 9 Pinang-ranti Pluit, get off near Tamini Square.


The Sports Museum address is at Jl. Raya Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, East Jakarta. Phone 021-8401685. GPS Location : -6.304102, 106.889055, Waze. Open : Tuesday to Sunday at 09.00 - 16.00. Ticket : Rp5,000, Student Rp3,000, minimal entourage 10 persons Rp4,000 (student Rp2,000).

, seorang pejalan musiman dan penyuka sejarah yang lahir di Desa Mersi - Purwokerto, dan sekarang tinggal di Jakarta. Diperbarui: February 01, 2021.

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