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A museum is a room defined around a piece of display furniture, like a pedestal or display case. Museums can be assigned to specific dwarves, locations (such as a tavern, temple or library) or left unassigned for communal enjoyment. An unassigned museum seems to function like a meeting hall, where idle dwarves will congregate. Museums seem to also attract visitors.
Museums sized as rooms count as sculpture gardens.
Barracks • Bedroom • Dining room • Dormitory • Jail • Meeting hall • Museum • Office • Sculpture garden • Tomb • Zoo