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- On left there are to sarkophagi, a stone statue of the
Egyptian god Anubis and a display with two different Pharao crowns. While the
Egyptian headgear pieces are used to condense the museum's atmosphere, both the
sarkophagi and the statue of Anubis are direct references to the set
"Pharaoh's Forbidden Ruins".
- In the centre of the ground floor there is the main
entrance and the receptionist's desk. The two pillars in the centre of the
ground floor and the two halbards hanging on them are again mimicking the
layout of the 5988 set.
- On the right side of the ground floor is the big
wooden stair case leading to the first floor. On the turn of the staircase is a
small display of hieroglyphs. Underneath the staircase are two big wooden
storage boxes and a big black chest. While the boxes were used in almost all
sets of the Adventurers theme the black chest is a reference to the statue of
Anubis in the set "Oasis Ambush"!
- The right side of the first floor is mainly filled
with the upper part of the staircase. However, along the walls there are
exhibits on display: A stone crocodile (as seen in the set 5988), the phararo's
sceptre (featured in several different Adventurers sets), two black scorpions
and a mannequin wearing Johnny Thunder's old outfit!
- The centre of the first floor mainly consists of a
big round gallery which enables visitors to look down to the ground floor and
allows the light coming through the big circular window and the two skylights
to illuminate the whole museum. Additionally there are four exhibits: two
spears (as seen in the trap of the set "Mummy's Tomb"), Dr. Kilroy's
magnifier and the propeller of Baron von Barron's Bi-Wing!
- The left side of the upper floor contains the heart of
the exhibition: The Pharo's golden headgear and his legendary magic ruby!
Additionally there is a large display of different tools and a stone falcon
statue as a sign of the Egyptian god Horus. The roof of this section also contains
a trapdoor to access the roof or to break into the museum from the outside.