The precursor of Guizhou Batik Museum is the “Guizhou Batik Cultural Exhibition”, housed in the Anshun Confucian Temple, an important preserved cultural relic in Guizhou Province. Batik Museum has a total of three exhibition halls with a collection of 304 pieces. Most of the collections cover living goods to art works.
The museum occupies Joglo Cipto Wening; a 200-year-old Joglo-style traditional Javanese building. The museum also serves as a meeting point for artisans and visiting batik lovers and collectors. The museum aims to preserve the tradition of batik production in villages and is home to nearly 90 batik artisans.