The Islamic Museum is open daily and the admission is free. It is located on Jalan P. Ramler in the beautifully restored Maderasah Melayu Building(1930). It is also accessible from the rear of the Sarawak Museum’s new wing. The Islamic Museum presents a clear picture of the rich historical heritage and special culture of the Muslim community in Sarawak and throughout the Malay-Indonesian archipelago,and traces connections with the development of Islam in the rest of the world. The museum consists of 7 galleries set around a central courtyard garden, each with a different theme.