Revolving like a dancer in the dark space of Tyrius system, the Galactic Museum is currently said to be one of the most imposing and impressive known stations in space. Built according to a modular architectural concept, its size has slowly grown with each new acquisition. The station has a large octagonal dish at the bottom with a smaller one on top. A central tower connects the two and has four docking bays coming off of it near the top.
On top, the smaller octagonal dish houses the administrative offices and the apartments for the staff members of the Museum. Three of the four, finger like, docking bays act as permanent homes to the individual classes of ships that the museum has on display, while the last acts as the entrance and parking for visitors. The central tower houses the visitor amenities including a hotel, bar, gifts, lifts and various other shops and hangouts. While most sentients spend their time in the ship exhibits, others make their way down to the large octagonal dish at the bottom. Here, guests will get to see exhibits showing the vehicles of the galaxy along with droids and the galaxy's rarest items. Many of the museum's exhibits are also very interactive, which serve to keep the interest of those visiting them.
The administrators have gone to great lengths to ensure guests feel included. Great care has been taken to place holograms of museum personnel next to most exhibits, talking about the finer details of the display item. You will also see the same people in these holograms guiding tours. There are also many hologames set up designed to give the user the feeling of piloting a fighter of their choice through several different scenarios or how it feels to pilot a pod racer in the big race. Many of the larger ships are open to the public to fully explore and give them an understanding of how it felt to live and work in the confines of these massive ships. While guided tours are offered, the museum staff does not discourage from one wandering off on their own and seeing everything the museum has to offer.