The Royal Story Museum

The Royal Story Museum
Photo Credit: Fun Plus
Hello Royals, are you overwhelmed with the "traffic jam" of your Kingdom every day? Well your problems are over! Here comes the Museum again to save more space. It will store your buildings and keep them producing at the same time! This mini-guide will show you how to purchase and use the Museum in Royal Story.


What is the Museum

The Museum seems to hold quite a lot of different buildings as well as other items.  A royal can put all their buildings(Minus Animal Barns and Character houses) in it. A few examples of what can go into the Museum is: Royal winery, Tower of Time, Royal Tower, Halloween Basket, Butter Churn, Syrup Cauldron, Cocoa mixer, Drift Bottles, Moonstone globe and more.

How to use the Museum?

Once you purchase the Museum Special Package, the Museum will go to your inventory, simply place it in your Kingdom and complete its building.
The Royal Story Museum

After the Museum building is complete, simply click on it and then click on “Add more”, after that all the storable buildings will have an Yellow Arrow on it, click on them to store.
The Royal Story Museum

Once your Buildings are stored, you will be able to check the time to collect as well as collect from the various items within. The first level of the Museum allows you to store 2 buildings, if you want to store more, click on Upgrade, fullfill the requirements and your Museum will be upgraded and you will be able to store more buildings.
The Royal Story Museum

The Royal Story Museum

If you want to remove an item from the Museum and put it back into your Kingdom then cick on the button located under the item image. Once outside, place it on any empty spot.

Upgrading the Museum


When you first purchase the Museum with 22 rubies you will notice that it comes with only 2 spaces. If a Royal wishes to hold more buildings it has to be upgraded. Each upgrade takes a different amount of materials. The higher you upgrade the Museum the more it can hold. The museum can be upgraded  to a maximum level of 7 and at that point it will store up to 20 buildings.

Here's a visual summary of the upgrades at each level and the materials they require:

The Royal Story Museum
Level 1 Museum
 The first upgrade does not require you to buy materials with rubies. All of the items shown in the above picture can be created or asked for via your neighbors.
The Royal Story Museum
Level 2 Museum
  The second upgrade also does not require you to buy materials with rubies. All of the items shown in the above picture can be created or asked for via your neighbors.
The Royal Story Museum
Level 3 Museum
 The third upgrade introduces the green-colored blueprint. This item must be purchased with rubies.
The Royal Story Museum
Level 4 Museum
 The fourth upgrade now requires a Magic Dust as well as the Green Blueprint.
The Royal Story Museum
Level 5 Museum
 The requirements are becoming more hefty at this poin as the fifth upgrade tacks on one more Green Blueprint and two more Magic Dust.
The Royal Story Museum
Level 6 Museum 
At the sixth upgrade we will need one more of the Green Blueprint and Magic Dust. There is only one more upgrade level to go to maximize the Museum.
The Royal Story Museum
Level 7 Museum
At it's final upgrade capability the Museum adds in several Gold Nuggets as well as Magic Dust. The Birch Wood and Glass materials can be asked for with your neighbors help.

The Royal Story Museum is an investment. It does require quite a bit of rubies to not only purchase it but also continually upgrade it until it's maximum level. However, as all storage facilities are, it's more then likely that the Museum will see even further upgrades. The more a Royal can store inside it the better our kingdom can relax with even more space.

Happy Playing,
Masaya of 
Royal Ever After

Popular Posts