Gedung Pemuda is one of the historic buildings in Surabaya. It used to be a place to hold dances and meetings. The building has come a long way. It consists of 3 halls. The first hall is the biggest of the three. It is now used as a place to hold band performances, dances, and exhibitions. Due to the size, it is commonly used by people to dance. The second hall is a pretty big, too. Here people often meet to do things. If you want to see a show of music, you can come here anytime. If you want to walk around this place, please ask a tour guide to accompany.
Though the area is not that broad to begin with, you still need guidance to understand things located here. One of the halls was ever transformed into a theater. It was also ever functioned as wine storage. There are some fun facts you need to know about the place. Come to the parking lot, there is an interesting story behind it. Do you know that it was originally made from marble? It no longer exists because it will attract thieves. It is a colonial building. It is still frequently used for various activities. If you are lucky, you will be able to see the staging of art up close.
It is often used as a place to hang around. Yes, you can just stay there and talk to friends you come there with. The building was once burned in 2011. As a result, the backside of the building was damaged. The Gedung Pemuda is an icon of the city. It has typical colonial architecture. There are several relics found around the building. You can find an inscription placed in the courtyard. The building features high wooden doors. It adds a touch of tradition to the building. The ornamentation enriches the wonderful building.