- Borobudur Museum
The museum provides information about Borobudur Temple, including historical background, archeological information, architecture design, environment and etc. It also displays various artefacts found around the Borobudur Temple.
- Samudra Raksa Ship Museum
Samudra Raksa Museum is one of the two museums located inside the Borobudur Temple area. This museum is the last stopover of Samudra Raksa Ship or Borobudur Ship that have sailed across the Indian Ocean to Africa. On August 31, 2005 President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono inaugurated the museum that consists of three buildings. The first building showcases information, photos, posters, reliefs, and movie screenings. The second building showcases the Samudra Raksa Ship and stuffs used by the crews during their voyage across the ocean, including cooking equipments, household equipments, books, cassettes, CDs, VCDs, and medicines. The third building is an office and souvenir shop.
- Small Train
Visitors can take small train to take a look at the Borobudur Temple from all points of view and see the park and museums inside the Borobudur Temple area.
- Visitor Centre & Audio Visual
This place provides initial information about the temple and information about facilities inside the Borobudur Temple area. There is documentary film screenings about Borobudur Temple in the audio visual room.