The Owl Museum was launched on 2012 as the first owl-themed art and craft museum in South East Asia. Its mission, to raise public awareness about owls’ fascinating facts, making it interactive and informative to every visitor. Many owl item collectors, both local and international, willingly shared their exhibits and made the launch of the museum possible. The collections are made of various materials such as shells, metal, feather, clay, porcelain, crystal, barks and others.
REVIEW: If you’re an adult and don’t have much passion about owls or animals, you might find the place less impressive. It seems a small area for me and like other museums, leads you to a souvenir shop before the exit door. If it’s really not your area of interest, you might think that the entrance fee of RM12 is a rip off. However, this is a great place for kids, someone who really loves owls or those who are particular with arts and crafts. I personally enjoy seeing those cute stuff and how they are creatively made by different materials. The staff by the way, was generous enough to give us a discount.
Sharing few of the interesting Owl collections.
Address: Level B3, Astaka Bukit Bendera, Jalan Tunku Yahaya Petra, Bukit Bendera, 10000 Penang Hill, Penang, MalaysiaPhone Number: +6048265704Entrance Fee: Adult RM12, Student RM6, Children (below 7 years old) FREEOpening Hours: 9:00AM – 6:00PMFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/owlmuseum