This museum is located on the east side of the central square of Denpasar, and is worth a visit, but few people bother to do so. It is medium sized, has good English language signage, and consists of a four main pavilions constructed in the Balinese style of architecture. The main building displays prehistoric and traditional artefacts, the other pavilions display costumes, textiles, and contemporary items. There are often wedding parties in the Museum, with the optimistic groom and happy bride having their photo taken. The Museum staff also, occasionally, organise performances of art, culture, and dance.