Museum (Princess Peach: Showtime!)

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Museum
The outer front side of Museum (Princess Peach: Showtime!) in The Case of the Missing Mural in Princess Peach: Showtime!, showing Peach and Stella in special outfits, two police Theets and the Balloon Theet.
The front side of the museum
First appearance Princess Peach: Showtime! (2024)
Greater location Unnamed city
Owner Curator

The Museum is a location in the level The Case of the Missing Mural in Princess Peach: Showtime! and approximately two-thirds of the level take place inside the building.

Visitors usually have to buy a ticket to access the museum, as what Ribboner has done, but since the museum is in lockdown during the level due to concerns about a threat note placed on the Theepota mural, police employees and approved detectives (e.g. Detective Peach) could go inside for free during the level but no one regardless of profession could go out from it.

Many of the exhibited items document various points in Theet history and cultures. According to a fossil exhibition in the outer room, the museum area was "submerged in water long ago".

Layout[edit]

There are three rooms, an outer room with the exit door, and an inner room with a popcorn kiosk. Visitors are intended to enter the inner room through a door on the right, but a police officer is blocking the door as the inner room is also in a lockdown of its own. There is a small window to the left of the Theepota mural, the only significant source of fresh air in the museum if the window is opened.

However, a ventilation channel behind a stone slate leading to a backroom offers an alternate way to enter the inner room.

The direction of where the door between the outer and inner room goes, results in the ventilation channel having to be very long and turning at least 180° in order to be spacially correct.

Art exhibitions[edit]

Any quotes in this section are said by Stella. All sections are sorted left-to-right.

⁽ ¹ ⁾ = Also appears in the sub-area but without descriptions.
⁽ ² ⁾ = Later also showed up in The Dark Museum & the Purple Mystery exhibitions.

Outer room[edit]

  • "A stone slate carved with ancient text"
  • Shellfish fossil ⁽ ¹ ⁾
  • Relief of a Sparkle Gem, with its upper corners worn down
  • Stone slab in mid-restoration, with its four pieces being restored "bit by bit in order to make it legible" ⁽ ² ⁾
  • A four-character vertical scroll whose characters "can only be understood by ninja"
  • Theepota mural
  • Ripped paper "believed to be a diagram of some ruins"

Backroom[edit]

Inner room[edit]

  • Nose of Truth ⁽ ² ⁾
  • Diamonds Key
  • Kiosk that is known to sell popcorn and cameras
  • Statues of Two Great Playwrights
  • A carving of a hero holding a round shield
  • A wood carving of a bird
  • A carpet leading to a sub-area
  • Two King's Sarcophaguses ⁽ ² ⁾
  • A yellow-colored pyramid model of "a burial site for an important person" ⁽ ¹ ⁾
  • The Theester Island Statue ⁽ ¹ ⁾ ⁽ ² ⁾
  • Treasure chest

The Case of the Rainy-Day Plot[edit]

A model of Museum (Princess Peach: Showtime!) in The Case of the Rainy-Day Plot in Princess Peach: Showtime!.
The model

A small model of the museum appears on The Case of the Rainy-Day Plot, as one of the possible places Detective Peach must choose between to determine where the Sour Gang will attempt to destroy a building with a bomb.

“It's a model of a museum! Looks familiar, huh?”
Stella

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Dutch Museum
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Italian Museo
Museum