While the main building itself does not provide attractiveness, the modules that attach to it gives the player an opportunity to display an Artifact per module, up to 100 modules. Each module costs 100 credits and 10 influence. The amount of additional attractiveness a module gives is determined by the rarity of the artifact placed within it:
Notes about the Museum, its modules, and Artifacts:
- Certain artifacts are parts of a set; each set of artifacts gives an island-wide benefit (when it pertaining to production or population, i.e The Jurassic Set gives +2% income and +2 Happiness from Residences) or a world benefit i.e completing the Northern Sagas Set gives +5% maximum hitpoints and +3% increased damage for all of your warships.
- Multiples of the same artifact can be placed in individual modules, as long as you have more than one count of that artifact in your island's inventory, e.g Having 3 Folk Tales means you can place all 3 of them in the Museum, 1 per module.
- There are multiple ways of obtaining Artifacts: doing Archaeological Expeditions, or by passing random Events in any expedition; buying from Madame Kahina, or as gifts/rewards from NPC players.
- At least one tile of the module has to be adjacent to the main building or to another module.
- There is no limit to the amount of Museums which can be built on the same island. Items may be split in order to exploit smaller areas or take advantage of different bonuses from Sheet Music, as only one Music Pavilion can be attached to the main building. The downside of having more Museums is higher maintenance cost and total space used.