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Bali’s equivalent to the Smithsonian or British Museum holds a trove of artistic and historical artifacts dating from the megalithic period to modern times. It is the island’s largest and oldest museum. The Museum Negeri Propinsi Bali houses over 10,000 exhibits in separate pavilions, all built in the puri-pura architectural style similar to Balinese temples - with stone carvings, bas-reliefs, and tropical gardens. A great introduction to Balinese art and history, it’s located at Puputan Square in central Denpasar, about 40 minutes North of the airport.