and Ticket Prices
Session 1: 10AM – 2PM (WIB)
Session 2: 2 – 5PM (WIB)
Closed on Mondays and national holidays.
|Seniors >65 tahun||Free|
|Children <7 tahun||Free|
To help reduce virus exposure and ensure the best experience, we have implemented the following health and safety procedures:
Use a mask that covers your nose and mouth while in the area.
Maintain a distance of at least 1 meter (approx. 3 feet) from other visitors who are not from your group.
If your body temperature is above 37.5°C (approx. 99.5°F) or having symptoms of flu, cough, fever, headache, or complaints of taste and/or smell, please postpone the visit.
Wash your hands regularly. Hand sanitizer is available at several points in Wot Batu.
Pay with non-cash payments using debit and credit cards or electronic wallets.
Pay attention to the space capacity directions.
We are committed to keeping you healthy and safe. However, we need to remind you that exposure to COVID-19 may occur in public places.
Mengeksplorasi Karya Seni
There are many things you can explore at Wot Batu.
Before visiting and enjoying the installations at Wot Batu, pay attention to some of the rules and regulations below for your convenience:
Take pictures using only cell phone cameras. SLR, DSLR, Polaroid, analog camera, etc. are not allowed.
Do not bring food or drinks from outside. You can order them in the Bale Batu area.
Take off your footwear in the grassed area and feel yourself becoming one with nature.
Touching and feeling the stone installations’ surfaces is highly recommended.
Do not step on, stand on, or climb rock installations.
Some stone installations are not allowed to be seated. They are Batu Ambu, Batu Mandala, Batu Parahu, Batu Peta, and Batu Seke.
Smoke only in designated smoking areas.
Respect the convenience of other visitors by not being noisy, playing loud music, or blocking others who are enjoying the artwork.