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This is worth a trip if you are interested in the history of Yogyakarta and Solo. A knowledgeable English guided tour takes you through the histories of these regencies. A beautifully designed museum and a stunning restaurant to finish off the trip!
Such an interesting feeling about Jogja is that whenever you visit Jogja and wherever place you visit there, it carries traditional touches. And Ullen Sentalu carries lots of 'em! The museum displays cultural heritage granted by the Jogja Royal family to its owner. The ticket...More
Ullen Sentalu Museum? Seven years have lived in the city of Yogyakarta, apparently there are still many tourist attractions that were not known before, including this museum. I just found out from Jakarta with a friend to reminisce. The museum is located in an area...More
The private museum is very unusual in its construction and offers many interesting location within it.
The exhibitions although interesting become very boring. The guide has little in the way of customer relations skills and told us all the things we cannot do, as opposed...More
This Museum is one of a must visit Museum if you visit Yogyakarta and you're interested to know about history and tradition of Java (especially Yogyakarta and Surakarta area). There will be a guide that will accompany you (and your group) to have a tour...More
totally forgot about the admission, but we all enjoyed learning about the history from a very well trained guide. a must visit place when you're in Yogyakarta. don't forget to visit Kopi Klotok afterwards.
The guide took us on around 30 mins of tour around the museum. no pictures allowed within the museum, but you can take pics outside of the museum when the tour is done. Our guide was very informative and kept her time well.
This museum is difficult to get to on the far north side of Yogya. It is private and in a beautiful setting. You go by tour and the cost is 100k pp. The museum mostly is pictures of the royal families of Yogya and Solo....More
Response from Adrianus D | Reviewed this property |
Yes, a wheel chair can be used to enter the museum, with the help of a second person, I imagine it would not be easy to manouver along the museum premises. The museum consists of separate buildings, each other were connected... More
Yes, a wheel chair can be used to enter the museum, with the help of a second person, I imagine it would not be easy to manouver along the museum premises. The museum consists of separate buildings, each other were connected by stone pathways. Many of those pathways have up and down stairs. As I remember there were some narrow pathways. Bring along an umbrella in wet season (September - February) because the rain may fall unexpectedly.
In short, wheel chairs can be used in museum buildings with limited access, with the help of accompany person.
Response from retnakamaladewi | Reviewed this property |
Merapi and Ullen Sentalu Museum is in the same area, Kaliurang, is not take a long time from Merapi to the museum, it's about 15-30 menit. According to my experience, you can ask the guide from Merapi Jeep Tour to drop you... More
Merapi and Ullen Sentalu Museum is in the same area, Kaliurang, is not take a long time from Merapi to the museum, it's about 15-30 menit. According to my experience, you can ask the guide from Merapi Jeep Tour to drop you off in the museum.