Trowulan Museum is located in the archaeological museum Trowulan, Mojokerto, East Java, Indonesia. Trowulan museum was built to store a variety of artifacts and archaeological evidence found around Trowulan.
Fort built in 1765 by the Government of the Netherlands is used to resist the onslaught of the Kraton. With a surrounding moat, the castle has a rectangular-shaped watchtowers at its four corners and camps that allow Dutch soldiers to walk around while on guard and fired if necessary. On the base of the cannon in the southern part of the camp, Yogyakarta and several other historic buildings including the surrounding traffic density clearly visible.
Puppet Museum displaying various types and forms of puppets from all over Indonesia, both made of wood and leather and other materials. Until now Puppet Museum collects more than 4,000 puppets, consisting of shadow puppets, puppet show, puppet cardboard, puppets grass, coconut puppets, masks, dolls, puppets and gamelan beber.