The Museum Bank Mandiri is one of the least interesting I have visited in Jakarta. It seems that the bank did not know what to do with the building so they decided to put all their trash and old equipment there.

In the end, you can see mostly old ATM machines, old typewriters, old computers and old calculators that don't have any significant historical value.

They also have a few random mannequins.

Overall: I see three kinds of people who could be interested to visit the Museum Mandiri:
- Those who work for Mandiri
- Those interested to see how banking activities were organized 50 years ago
- Those interested with Dutch architecture from the 1930s (the Museum is built in a style close from Art Deco)

On the positive side, the entrance is cheap (Rp5,000 for adults) and it is conveniently located in front of the Kota train station.

Museum Bank Mandiri
Jalan Pintu Besar Utara No.1, Kota Tua, Jakarta
(Near Taman Fatahillah)

Phone number: +62-21 6902000

Opening hours:
From Tuesday to Sunday from 8am to 4pm. Closed on Monday.

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