The National Museum is an exhibition hall situated on Jalan Damansara in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The gallery is arranged in close nearness to the Perdana Lake Gardens and it gives a diagram of Malaysian history and society. The National Museum is a palatial structure worked in the style of Rumah Gadang, a part of Minangkabau engineering. Its exterior contains components of customary Malay and cutting edge highlights. National Museum was opened on 31 August 1963, and it serves as a vault of Malaysia's rich social and chronicled legacy. The National Museum is a three-story structure of 109.7 meters in length and 15.1 meters wide and 37.6 meters at the essential issue. The historical center houses four primary exhibitions apportioned to ethnology and common history. The showcases range from detached tableaux indicating social occasions like weddings, celebrations and ensembles; to customary weapons, musical instruments, expressions and artworks, pottery, and widely varied vegetation.