The House of Sampoerna is a historical building in Surabaya, Indonesia that is now home to a tobacco company and a museum. The building is done in 19th-century Dutch architecture and was first used as an orphanage and later into a theater.
The complex is composed of a central auditorium, two small buildings and a couple of open space structures located behind the auditorium. The central auditorium now houses the museum, while the small building on the east has been turned into a cafe and an art gallery.
The museum features items relating to the history of Sampoerna and collections of materials used in tobacco manufacturing. The gift shop is on the second floor. Like many museums around the world, the taking of photos is not allowed inside the gallery.Places nearby:
Ampel Mosque: The oldest mosque in East Java 0 km / 0 mi
Atom Market: A Shopping Center For The Adventurous 1 km / 0 mi
Heroes Monument: War Memorial in Surabaya 1 km / 1 mi
Surabaya Submarine Monument: A Testament to The Indonesian Navy's Past 4 km / 2 mi
Immerse Yourself in Wildlife at the Taman Safari 58 km / 36 mi