Gedong Kertya and Buleleng’s Museum are located in the area of Seni Sasana Budaya temple in Singaraja, precisely in the road Veteran no. 23 Singaraja.
This building is a library annex museum collects, copies and preserves thousands of lontar (palm leaf manuscripts), "prasati" (transcriptions on metal plates) and books which deal with various aspects of human life, such as religion, architecture, philosophy, genealogy, homeopathy, "usada" (medical manuscripts), black magic, and so on, in the Balinese, Kawi (old Javanese) and the Dutch, English and German language. The Gedong Kirtya was established on June 2nd, 1928 by Resident I.J.J. Calon, who was a government official in Bali and Lombok during the Dutch colonial era. The word 'lontar' is composed of two Old Javanese words, namely 'ron' (leaf) and 'tal' (rontal tree). The word 'rontal' therefore means 'leaf of the rontal tree'. A few meters to the east Gedong Kertya, there Buleleng Museum which was established on March 30, 2002, which stored its collection includes objects like the sarcophagus Ancient Remains, sculpture, and other weapons. Art objects such as paintings, cloths, Handicraft Gold and silver and other objects relating to the North Balinese society such as agricultural tools and fishing equipment