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The research discussed how museums could promote holistic learning, including cognitive, affective, and psychomotor learning, in a fun and effective way through narratives. By using narratives displayed in museums, visitors could learn and receive information more effectively. However, Indonesian museums, including Museum Pusaka, were still underestimated and did not clearly understand the power of narrative to enhance visitor learning with their priceless collection and strategic location. Thedoi:10.21512/humaniora.v13i1.7181 fatcat:r2yejwpthjfwblw757l2r3nrtq