Ogoh-ogoh Museum Mengwi is the first museum specifically to preserve one of the most popular Balinese traditions, ogoh-ogoh (demonic statues made of bamboo, and other materials used in Ngrupuk parade – a day before Nyepi day). This museum is located in Mengwi and still in one area with Nyadnya Museum, which is located on the west side of Taman Ayun Temple. Inside this museum, there are more than 20 ogoh-ogoh from various regions in Bali, especially Badung Regency.
A Mengwi artist manages this place named I Ketut Nuada, a painter who is also the founder of this museum. All ogoh-ogoh stored in this museum is the result of many years of collections by the founder himself, which continued until today.
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