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Museum Puri Lukisan

Yayasan Ratna Wartha | Gianyar, Ubud 80571, Indonesia
+62 623 61971159
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This art museum offers many workshops suitable for children; reserve one day in advance.
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Yayasan Ratna Wartha | Gianyar, Ubud 80571, Indonesia
+62 623 61971159
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Reviewed yesterday

A lovely collection of Balinese paintings from the Middle Ages to today. A place to visit if you enjoy art and are looking for a quiet thing to do in Ubud. We appreciated the free tea and balinese cake that is included in the ticket,...More

Thank Rebekah S
Reviewed 2 days ago

A very popular museum and my family has been visiting here several times. The collection of paintings here is very nice and also complete, located in the heart of the city of Ubud and has a large garden. The friendly staff welcomed us for added...More

Thank j0nathan735
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We booked on the Monday for the full day woodcarving course. Turned up on Wednesday to discover the teacher hadn't been told so didn't turn up. No apology offered. Took us an hour and half to travel here. Very disappointed.

Thank Mike T
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Puri Lukisan has four exhibition halls. A lot of the work is available to purchase. The paintings have stories beside them so you can understand the art better. There are also some interesting wood carvings. The museum surroundings are beautiful, peaceful and great for taking...More

Thank Secret_Moments
Reviewed 6 days ago

Right in the center of Ubud, so it is hard to miss. Very nice premises with a well maintained garden and two ponds. Four wings with different galleries. Very nice intro to the traditional Balinese painting. I liked the most the South Building which houses...More

Thank Rich D
Reviewed 1 week ago

Visiting Ubud, I considered important to know something about Balinese Art, since Ubud is considered one of the artistic places in Bali. The surprise of a hidden gem, a few meters away from the crowded streets! The galleries respire the air of Bali, the paintings...More

Thank danapoe
Reviewed 1 week ago

amazing art works and wood carving are brilliant. the gardens are so pretty.and your ticket includes 1 afternoon tea at the restaurant. value for money.

Thank Sally T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Good sized museum for a 1 and half hour visit including a stop at the coffee shop. Drink inc in entry price

Thank garylondonx
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We stumbled into the museum taking refuge from the heat and experienced hidden treasure! The ground are very beautiful; terraced lawns, lily pond, majestic walkways. The collection is vast and varied. Often international museums feel tired, or kind of asleep. Not this one. It breathes...More

1  Thank Megan041991
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you are interested in classical and modern Balinese art, this is a great place to visit. Set in lovely gardens and a refreshing drink is included with the entry price.

Thank ArtWeaver
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