How to open and run a Museum in BitLife

Run the most profitable musuem in BitLife!

Apart from running a business, one of the best ways to earn a large sum of money quickly is to run a Museum. While you can open a Museum, efficiently running it requires a lot of strategy, as you must find new items to display, expand wings, and manage cops.   

If you want to stack up lots of cash through your Museum in BitLife, I have shared some top-notch tips and tricks that help you achieve the goal. 

How to open a Museum in BitLife

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Before learning how to run a Museum, we have to open one. For this, you must purchase the Black Market Expansion pack, which is DLC sold for $5 from the game store. You can save money from your regular job or start your life as a Royal to have the purchasing capacity. Once you have the prescribed amount of money, click on the Assets option and choose the Museum option to open one.

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Best Tips and Tricks to Run a Museum in BitLife

Here are some of the best techniques to run your Museum in BitLife.

Black Market & Auctions

The Black Market is the best way to gather valuable stuff for your Museum Gallery. Even though it's a gamble, you can obtain valuable items that will pull crowds to your Museum. Visit the Antique PeddlerArms Dealer, and Art Thief regularly. Browse through their entire catalog and choose the object that can be a worthy item to display on your website.

I always purchase stuff used by celebrities, like a ball signed by Michael Jordan or a guitar used by Jimi Hendrix. For Auctions, I highly recommend investing money for items inside a storage unit auction. Only purchase things that interest or match the vibe of your Museum from the regular Auctions.

Expansion of Wings

Do not expand your wings as soon as you get the option to. Instead, fill up each wing with items first before constructing a new one. Moreover, instead of mixing up things in each wing, customize the wings based on the type of items you want to display. For example, fill an entire wing with paintings or items used by celebrities. 

Entry Fee Structure

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Don't get greedy and charge a fee like $100 from the go. If you have just opened a Museum with only a main wing, charge anywhere from $10 to $25. Overpricing the entry fee will only make people gossip and have a negative reputation for your Museum. I recommend adding $15 to your old base ticket value after adding a new wing. 

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Know your Museum

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Check the most popular exhibits of your Museum from time to time. Click on the Museum button inside the Museum section to read the report. Doing this allows you to learn what is working for your Museum and concentrate on acquiring products similar to it. If people love paintings, get more old hand-drawn art pieces. 

Solve Problems

Every year before or after aging up, some or other issue will pop up related to your Museum. Solve that problem immediately; for example, if the cops are sniffing for illegal items on display, bribe them and send them off. Otherwise, they may further investigate, leading to the closing of your Museum and potential prison time.

For more on BitLife, check out How to go to Business School in Bitlife or How does Business Performance work in BitLife? on Pro Game Guides.

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About the Author

Vignesh Raja started playing video games at age five and immediately fell in love with them. Though his adventure begins with story-based games like Total Overdose and Prince of Persia, he soon gravitated toward competitive FPS and simulation games. That passion led him to play multiple Esports titles like FIFA, Paladins, and Apex Legends on a semi-professional level since high school. Nowadays, he shares his competitive knowledge by coaching upcoming BR teams and writing guides for Valorant, BitLife, and Roblox.
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