Jakarta Cathedral is perhaps one of must see places for culture enthusiasts visiting Jakarta. Unlike many other cultural heritages of Jakarta, the Cathedral is well kept thanks to its status as an active site for worship. For pilgrims, the Cathedral offers unique experience of solemnity accompanied with sounds of chirping from sparrows that often enter the Cathedral hall making the building feels more 'organic' and in tune with nature, something that is not often associated with Gothic-style churches such as this. Visiting the Cathedral is not something only recommended to the Catholics because visitors can catch a glimpse of Indonesian old era as the Cathedral has become witness of Indonesian development and turmoil from the late colonial age through the revolutionary activities that take place around the area to modern times. However, visitors might end up missing the best part of the Cathedral that is the museum because the lack of sufficient signs that lead to the museum. No wonder there are many local Catholics who are not even aware to the fact that there's a museum in the Cathedral. All in all, the Cathedral is an interesting place to visit not only to seek private spiritual time for believers but also a place to learn about the history of Indonesian Catholics in particular and also Indonesian inter-religious culture in general.