Rahmat International Wildlife Museum & Gallery

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Rahmat International Wildlife Museum & Gallery
Rahmat Gallery
Primate Taxidermy, Rahmat International Wildlife Museum and Gallery.jpg
Taxidermy collection on the museum
General information
Town or cityMedan
North Sumatera
InauguratedMay 14, 1999.
RenovatedNovember 28, 2013.

Rahmat International Wildlife Museum & Gallery is a natural history museum in Medan, Indonesia. The museum displays various collections of wildlife from the smallest to the largest according to the habitat.[1] After the development was completed in October 2007, the Museum & Gallery has an area of 2970 m² building.

Its founder is a fan of sport hunting and the conservation of nature. Through the museum, he invites visitor to better understand the diversity of wildlife that exist in the world and their importance.[2]


The founder is DR. H. Rahmat Shah, a sports fan and a professional hunting conservationist and nature lover who has traveled around various parts of the world to study directly the concept of conservation that has been adopted by many countries including USA, Canada, Russia, Germany, Turkey, France, Italy, Spain, Austria, China, Kazakhstan, Romania, Mongolia, Iran, Pakistan, Australia, New Zealand, almost all of Africa and other countries in order to prevent extinction and increase wildlife populations and their habitats that remain stable throughout the period.[3]


  • Library
  • Souvenir Shop
  • Café
  • Photo Studio
  • Legend Room


  1. ^ "A glimpse of wildlife in Medan museum". Jakarta Post. March 30, 2011. Retrieved 8 September 2015.
  2. ^ Tourism page of Indonesia
  3. ^ site of Rahmat Gallery