|Games||Grand Theft Auto IV|
Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned
Grand Theft Auto IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony
|Related People||Luis Lopez|
The museum is located in Algonquin, Middle Park, on the east side. It has two floors and is closed to the general public due to renovations. On the west side of the building, there is a large scaffold where Luis Lopez appears when shooting at Niko Bellic and Johnny Klebitz.
This building is unenterable in Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars.
This location is crutial in the Diamonds storyline due to all three protagonists, Niko Bellic (GTA IV) and Johnny Klebitz (TLAD) under orders of Ray Boccino and Luis Lopez (TBoGT) under orders of Tony Prince, appearing at the same time. This is the only time all three appear, although two occasionally appear in one mission without any involvement from the third.
Niko and Johnny meet at the south entrance before entering to meet with Issac, so they could trade their diamonds for money. Halfway during the deal, Luis Lopez appears out a nearby window and starts shooting at the group. When the grop flees, he drops down, takes the diamonds and also flee up a nearby ladder.
Niko and Johnny, still inside the museum, fight their way out from Issac's men seperately (although Johnny follows Niko, so he has to deal with less enemies). Niko gets followed by Issac's men, so he has to lose them, while Johnny still fights his way out from Ray's men, who realised he stole the money. Luis escapes up the ladder and leaves in Yusef Amir's gold Buzzard, now being followed by the police. After destroying several Annihilators, the police retreat and Luis is left alone.
- For players who finish the mission which involes this location from Niko or Luis's perspective, they recieve an achievement. Impossible Trinity when Niko's perspective is completed and Diamonds Forever when Luis's perspective is completed.