The Jakarta History Museum is situated in the city Jakarta, Indonesia. The building was worked in 1710 as the Stadhuis of Batavia. Jakarta History Museum shows objects from the ancient times time of the city area, the establishing of Jayakarta in 1527, and the Dutch colonization time frame from the sixteenth century until the point that Indonesia's Independence in 1945. The exhibition hall is situated in south side of Fatahillah Square close Wayang Museum and Fine Art and Ceramic Museum. The building is accepted to be designed according to Dam Palace.
Jakarta History Museum has a gathering of around 23,500 articles, some of them acquired from de Oude Bataviasche Museum. The gathering incorporates objects from the Dutch East Indies Company, noteworthy maps, works of art, pottery, furnitures, and archeological articles from the ancient time, for example, antiquated engravings and sword. The Jakarta History Museum likewise contains the wealthiest accumulation of Betawi style furnitures from the seventeenth to the nineteenth century. The exhibition hall likewise contains an imitation of the Tugu Inscription from the time of Great King Purnawarman, which is the proof that the focal point of the Kingdom of Tarumanegara was situated around the seaport of Tanjung Priok on the bank of Jakarta.