Smithsnorian Museum

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Smithsnorian Museum
Smithsnorian Museum
Wario inside the museum.
First appearance Wario: Master of Disguise (2007)
Inhabitants Nigel B. Whistlebottom, Officer Kicksworth, Sergeant Houndstooth, Dave, Tooty Kamen, Noobis, Sir Lance-A-Lot, Sphinx, Mini Munchelangelo, Scare-Oh!, Stankulus, Ramenses II, Horkus Porkus, Battle Salmon, Lurchin, Treasure Pest

The Smithsnorian Museum is the setting of the third episode of Wario: Master of Disguise. A piece of the Wishstone was going to be shipped here on the S.S. Caviar, but Wario stole it, and he and Goodstyle came here to look for clues about the Wishstone. The museum is guarded by Nigel B. Whistlebottoms, who will blow their whistles and summon backup should they catch sight of Wario, but they can be stunned to prevent this. The name is a pun on the Smithsonian Museum located in Washington, D.C. and the word "snore", referencing how Wario thinks museums are boring.


Title Image Summary
Episode 3:
The Sphinx Sits on a Secret!
Wario and the Sphinx from the third episode of Wario: Master of Disguise. Wario arrives at the Smithsnorian Museum to look for information about the Wishstone. The Sphinx has a lead, but he will not talk until Wario finds the Pharaoh's three treasures for him.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese はくぶつかん

French Musée Roupillon
Snooze Museum
German Museum
Italian Museo Monotonio
Monotonium Museum
Spanish Museo