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Lilycove Museum

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Lilycove Museum ミナモ美術館
Minamo Art Gallery
"Pokémon masterpiece collection on exhibit!"
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Location: Lilycove City
Region: Hoenn
Generations: III, VI
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Location of Lilycove Museum in Hoenn.
Pokémon world locations

The Lilycove Museum (Japanese: ミナモ美術館 Minamo Art Gallery) is an art museum in Lilycove City. The museum features a collection of fantastic artwork featuring Pokémon and Contests. Most of the first floor is composed of classical statues and sculptures featuring or symbolizing Pokémon, while the second floor is composed of modern and vibrant artworks of Pokémon springing forth into life. Unlike the museum of Slateport City, the player is not charged a fee upon entrance.

LILYCOVE MUSEUM
"POKéMON Masterpiece Collection
on exhibit!"

Structure

The Lilycove Museum as depicted in Ruby and Sapphire

First floor

The ground floor is the main exhibition floor of the museum; there are many statues here as well as a few paintings. Many people wander around this floor for inspiration or to just marvel at the fantastic pieces of artwork. It is this hall that features the classical artwork of Pokémon and the symbolization of Pokémon, where most of the artwork originated during ancient times.

On entry to the Lilycove Museum, the information desk can be located on the western side. Here the receptionist will explain that the first floor features a collection of fantastic artwork. Further west is the southwestern hall. In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, a woman and her child can be found marveling over a piece of artwork that includes a painting of a beautiful, smiling woman with a Pokémon on her lap. Also in this hall is a painting of Grass-type Pokémon swaying in the breeze, enjoying the wind's gentle caress. In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the two paintings that were here have been moved to the east wing. Pamphlets and two small pieces of art are now on the wall. A Kindler will sell some of his art—Secret Base decorations—to the player for PokémonDollar.png100,000 each.

Kindler
None.png Paradoxical Popper
PokémonDollar.png100,000
None.png Meditative Seat
PokémonDollar.png100,000
None.png Heterarchical Loop
PokémonDollar.png100,000

The northwestern hall hosts four paintings. The painting on the far east displays an odd landscape with a bizarre and fantastic scenery, which in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire shows Giratina. To its right are a delicious-looking painting of Berries and a very old painting that has its canvas peeled here and there. The last painting in the northwestern hall shows a vase in Generation III and a Pokémon Trainer and his Altaria in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire.

By traveling along east, the eastern hall can be found hosting several Pokémon statues. An artist can be found searching for inspiration from the artworks in the museum, while another student can be found expressing his love for the fine arts.

Featured in this hall is a huge stone tablet inscribed with Pokémon and a dense text in the small characters of an ancient, unreadable language, which could possibly be Unown writing. A sculpture that depicts an ancient bird Pokémon resembling Pidgeot is also located here. Next to it is a large Poké Ball carved from a black stone, apparently used in festivals in the olden days. There is also a painting located on the northern wall that displays the legendary Pokémon Arceus, painted from the artist's imagination. In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, a Shroomish sculpture created by an up-and-coming artist is also exhibited along with paintings of a Ralts and a Roselia on the back wall.

In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, the stairs to the second floor are also located in this hallway; however, they are blocked by the curator until the player is willing to help him complete the second floor's painting collection. In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the staircase is instead located in the center of the back wall, directly in front of the entrance.

Second floor

Meeting the curator
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The curator will introduce the second floor to the player as the "special exhibit hall" and tell the player about his future plans for the design. The second floor, as the curator explains, was made for modern and vibrant artwork that features Pokémon springing forth into glorious life, a great change from the first floor which displays classical paintings. The curator asks the player to search for suitable artwork.

At first, there is nothing on this floor. However, if the player wins a Master Rank Pokémon Contest with at least 800 points, an artist will approach the player saying he's done a painting that might even look good in a museum, at which point the player will direct him to the Lilycove Museum. If the player accrues five paintings, one for each Contest category, the curator will give the player a Glass Ornament for their Secret Base.


Exhibited works

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West wing

Odd landscape

Odd landscape

"It's an odd landscape with bizarre and fantastic scenery."

In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, this painting portrays Giratina, possibly in the Distortion World.


Painting of berries

Delicious-looking painting of Berries

"It's a delicious-looking painting of Berries. This painting could make you hungry!"RSE
"It's a delicious-looking painting of Berries. This painting could make you hungry!"ORAS


Very old painting

Very old painting

"It's a very old painting. The paint is peeling here and there."

In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, this painting appears to portray a Ralts.


Very old painting

Old-style picture

"It's a very old painting. The paint is peeling here and there."RSE
"It's an old-style picture of a popular Trainer of the past."ORAS

In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, this painting appears to portray a vase, while in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the painting portrays a Trainer and his Altaria.


East wing

Painting of a beautiful, smiling woman

Painting of a beautiful, smiling woman

"It's a painting of a beautiful, smiling woman with a Pokémon on her lap."RSE
"It's a painting of a beautiful, smiling woman with a Pokémon on her lap."ORAS

This painting is located in the southern section of the west wing in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald. In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, it appears to show a Ralts.


Painting of a Legendary Pokémon

Painting of a Legendary Pokémon

"It's a painting of a legendary Pokémon from long ago. The artist painted this from imagination."RSE
"It's a painting of a Legendary Pokémon from long ago. The artist painted this from their imagination."ORAS

In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, this painting portrays the Mythical Pokémon Arceus.


Painting of Grass-type Pokémon

Painting of Grass-type Pokémon

"It's a painting of Grass Pokémon swaying in a breeze. They appear to be enjoying the wind's gentle caress."RSE
"It's a painting of Grass-type Pokémon in a breeze. They appear to be enjoying the wind's gentle caress."ORAS

This painting is located in the southern section of the west wing in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald. In Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, it appears to show a Roselia.


A replica of a famous sculpture

Famous sculpture

"It's a replica of a famous sculpture. It depicts an ancient Bird Pokémon."RSE
"It's a famous glass sculpture. It depicts an ancient bird Pokémon."ORAS

In Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald, the sculpture is a stone replica, while in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, the glass sculpture is the original, taking a closer appearance to the Glass Ornament decoration.


Big stone Poké Ball

Big stone Poké Ball

"It's a big Poké Ball carved from a black stone. It was apparently used in festivals in the olden days."RSE
"It's a big Poké Ball carved from a black stone. It was apparently used in festivals in the olden days."ORAS


Huge stone tablet

Huge stone tablet

"It's a huge stone tablet inscribed with Pokémon and dense text in the small characters of an ancient, unreadable language."RSE
"It's a huge stone tablet inscribed with Pokémon and dense text in the small characters of an ancient, unreadable language."ORAS


Shroomish sculpture

"It's a sculpture depicting Shroomish. It's created by an up-and-coming artist."

This sculpture is not present in in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire, and Emerald.

Layout

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In other languages

Language Title
Mandarin Chinese 水靜美術館 Shuǐjìng Měishùguǎn
France Flag.png French Musée Nénucrique
Germany Flag.png German Museum von Seegrasulb City
Italy Flag.png Italian Museo di Alghepoli
South Korea Flag.png Korean 해안 미술관 Haean Misulgwan
Spain Flag.png Spanish Museo de Calagua



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