One hundred meters eastern of Adipura Park is a location of Museum and Kraton Sumenep. The old building on the right side of the road is a place for keeping a gold carriage, a gift from Queen of England to Sumenep King. Beside that it is also used to keep other old things like old chairs, old table and the like.
Sumenep Royal Palace ( Kraton ) is listed in front of Museum. This palace was built in 1762 in the reign of Tumengung Arya Nata Kusumo I. It consist of the Gate, the Pendopo, the Palace itself, the old Palace and the Sare Park. The Gate is located on the left side of the palace. It is a great gate of which style influenced by Europe style. It is popular to name Labang Mesem ( Smiling Gate ), an entry to the palace complex.
The Pendopo ( a meeting hall ) is a hall placed in the center of palace complex used for holding a meeting. It is a simple but unique building with good style. The building that related pendopo to the palace called Mandiyoso. It is a building about 25 meters long from the palace to the Pendopo.
The Sumenep Palace consist of two floors. The first floor has four rooms. Two of them on the right side and the others on the left. The second floor is a a place for keeping the princesses when they would come to a marriage.