It means "Star Garden" in Dutch. There is an old star-shaped fountain in the middle of the garden. It shows that this place was once a center where the Europeans lived.


It's the most iconic building here and a must for the visitors to take pictures. The original sculpture of "De Karanganjar Koffieplantage - Blitar" and "NV. Harta Mulia" brings you back to the time of the Dutch Colonial era.


It means "Coffee Tree Street" in Dutch. While walking on the dirt path you can learn history about coffee. How was coffee found for the first time? Where was coffee originated? Who brought coffee to Indonesia? Find the answers in Koffieboomstraat!

Roemah Lodji

Once used by the Roshadi Family in the past. The word "Lodji" means "fortress" in Dutch, although this building is not a fortress at all. There are many Denny's antiques heirloom you can see here. Don't miss the Sukarno's Room - the first president of Republic Indonesia.

Moesioem Poerna Bhakti

Get to know more about Herry Noegroho - the longest regent in Blitar since the independent era. Not only four sets of the regents’ clothes that are interesting to see, but also a nice painting named "Happiness in Mount Kelud”- the masterpiece of Mpu Harris - a local artist. Try sitting on the chair and pretend that you're a regent before upload the photo on social media!

Moesioem Mblitaran

Learn about Blitar's interesting culture and history, and find out why Blitar is known as “the Land where Kings Reside”. There is a room where you can see the "Batik Toetoer" - the original batik of Blitar which was kept by the Dutch for more than 100 years!

Moesioem Poesaka

You'll feel its sacred atmosphere once you step on the floor of the museum, where there are many keris (traditional knife of Indonesia) and other weapons, as well as old paintings along with incense aroma. It's interesting to know how the family of Herry Noegroho still keep all the relics - including the ancient keris of Omyang Jimbe, which once appeared in a reality show and shocked many because it stood by itself.


Seeing the old chimney while walking the rustic bridge brings you to the past. Learn how the green coffee beans are sorted, roasted, and grilled here. The most important thing is never exit without bringing a product of De Karanganjar Koffie home!


Looking for the coffee plantations souvenirs? You can get them in the Souvenirwinkle. There are t-shirts, key holders, bags, and other souvenirs. You can also rent some Colonial costumes to create the ambience of the old fashioned pictures.


Such a lovely place for children. "Kinderdorp" means "Kids Town" in Dutch. There is a town square, cafe, police station, market - all with the standard size for children.

Jeep Tour

With the Willys Jeep from the time of World War II, you can explore the plantation and the jungle area. Exciting and boosting your adrenaline!


Just like the other old plantation, there is a horse stable here. The good news is the horses can be ridden to explore the plantation!