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[[Image:LibertonianMuseum-GTA4-exteriorColumbusAvenueside.jpg|thumb|355px|right|The frontal facade of the Libertonian Museum.]]
 
[[Image:LibertonianMuseum-GTA4-exteriorColumbusAvenueside.jpg|thumb|355px|right|The frontal facade of the Libertonian Museum.]]
   
The '''Libertonian''' is a museum in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City|it's episodes]] based on the [[wp:Metropolitan Museum of Art|Metropolitan Museum of Art]].
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'''The Libertonian''' is a museum in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] and its [[Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City|episodes]]. Its front is based on the [[wp:Metropolitan Museum of Art|Metropolitan Museum of Art]]. As the inside and artifacts are based off of the [[wp:American Museum of Natural history|American Museum of Natural history]].
   
 
== Description ==
 
== Description ==
The museum is located on the eastern edge of [[Middle Park]] (similar to the Met's location in Central Park), fronting Columbus Avenue and [[Middle Park East]], [[Algonquin]], [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]]. At the time of the game's setting, the musuem is under renovation and is closed to the general public. It features various pieces of historic exhibits (some of which are yet to be unpacked or are covered), as well as skeletons of three dinosaurs in the main lobby.
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The museum is located on the eastern edge of [[Middle Park]] (similar to the Met's location in Central Park), fronting [[Columbus Avenue]] and [[Middle Park East]], [[Algonquin]], [[Liberty City in HD Universe|Liberty City]]. At the time of the game's setting, the musuem is under renovation and is closed to the general public. It features various pieces of historic exhibits (some of which are yet to be unpacked or are covered), as well as skeletons of three dinosaurs in the main lobby.
   
In [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned|TLAD]], the player may gain access into the building through a side door on the southern side of the museum (The North Entrance is inaccessible except in Collector's Item where Johnny enters), through a path that leads to the museum floor. The lobby and the mezzanine, and loading backrooms are the only areas inside the museum that are accessible, but the player may also reach the rooftop of the museum on foot via a series of scaffolding outside the museum, on the west side of the building. As the museum is closed to the public, the front doors are locked.
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In [[Grand Theft Auto IV|IV]] and [[Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned|TLAD]], the player may gain access into the building through a side door on the southern side of the museum (The North Entrance is inaccessible except in [[Collector's Item]] where Johnny enters), through a path that leads to the museum floor. The lobby and the mezzanine, and loading backrooms are the only areas inside the museum that are accessible, but the player may also reach the rooftop of the museum on foot via a series of scaffolding outside the museum, on the west side of the building. As the museum is closed to the public, the front doors are locked.
   
 
In [[Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony|TBoGT]] the museum is inaccessible apart from the mission [[Not So Fast]].
 
In [[Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony|TBoGT]] the museum is inaccessible apart from the mission [[Not So Fast]].
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=== Grand Theft Auto IV ===
 
=== Grand Theft Auto IV ===
Niko Bellic drives to the museum, meeting Johnny Klebitz at the side, then they both head in. After the deal is ambushed Niko shoots his way out, killing Ancelotti goons before escaping.
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Niko Bellic drives to the museum, meeting Johnny Klebitz at the side, then they both head in. After the deal is ambushed Niko shoots his way out, killing [[Ancelotti Crime Family|Ancelotti]] goons before escaping.
   
 
=== The Lost and Damned ===
 
=== The Lost and Damned ===
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
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*There is an easter egg in the museum; the plaque describing the [[File:2uEt-gtaiv-2011-04-12-01-11-51-21-1-.png|thumb|The plaque]]Tyrannosaurus Rex. The texture of the text is low-resolution, and thus hard to read properly, but reads, roughly, "This big bastard took a few days to knock up because it had to be done by the sole hand of a prop artist. But alas, and feast your eyes on this 21000 poly maniac. Trex right up your arse. How do you like them apples?".
*There is an easter egg in the museum; the plaque describing the [[File:2uEt-gtaiv-2011-04-12-01-11-51-21-1-.png|thumb|The plaque]]Tyrannosaurus Rex. The texture of the text is low-resolution, and thus hard to read properly, but reads, roughly, "This big bastard took a few days to knock up because it had to be done by the sole hand of a prop artist. But alas, and feast your eyes on this 21000 poly maniac. Trex right up your arse. How do you like them apples?"
 
   
 
== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==
 
 
<center><gallery>
 
<center><gallery>
 
LibertonianMuseum-GTA4-lobby.jpg|The lobby and mezzanine of the museum, partially modeled after the Met's grand entrance hall.
 
LibertonianMuseum-GTA4-lobby.jpg|The lobby and mezzanine of the museum, partially modeled after the Met's grand entrance hall.
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[[Category:Locations in GTA IV|Libertonian, The]]
 
[[Category:Locations in GTA IV|Libertonian, The]]
 
[[Category:Algonquin|Libertonian, The]]
 
[[Category:Algonquin|Libertonian, The]]
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[[Category:Museums]]
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[[Category:Locations]]

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LibertonianMuseum-GTA4-exteriorColumbusAvenueside
The frontal facade of the Libertonian Museum.
ZSAdded by ZS

The Libertonian is a museum in Grand Theft Auto IV and its episodes. Its front is based on the Metropolitan Museum of Art. As the inside and artifacts are based off of the American Museum of Natural history.

Description Edit

The museum is located on the eastern edge of Middle Park (similar to the Met's location in Central Park), fronting Columbus Avenue and Middle Park East, Algonquin, Liberty City. At the time of the game's setting, the musuem is under renovation and is closed to the general public. It features various pieces of historic exhibits (some of which are yet to be unpacked or are covered), as well as skeletons of three dinosaurs in the main lobby.

In IV and TLAD, the player may gain access into the building through a side door on the southern side of the museum (The North Entrance is inaccessible except in Collector's Item where Johnny enters), through a path that leads to the museum floor. The lobby and the mezzanine, and loading backrooms are the only areas inside the museum that are accessible, but the player may also reach the rooftop of the museum on foot via a series of scaffolding outside the museum, on the west side of the building. As the museum is closed to the public, the front doors are locked.

In TBoGT the museum is inaccessible apart from the mission Not So Fast.

The Libertonian's name is a play on "Smithsonian".

Mission appearances Edit

The location is used in "Museum Piece", "Collector's Item" and "Not So Fast", where Niko Bellic and Johnny Klebitz meet Isaac Roth and his associates in a diamond deal on the second floor. However, Luis Lopez opens fire on the diamond deal ensuing a chaotic escape for the dealers.

Grand Theft Auto IV Edit

Niko Bellic drives to the museum, meeting Johnny Klebitz at the side, then they both head in. After the deal is ambushed Niko shoots his way out, killing Ancelotti goons before escaping.

The Lost and Damned Edit

Johnny Klebitz drives to the museum, he waits at the side for Niko Bellic, the two head in. After the deal is ambushed Johnny takes the 2 million in cash, betraying Ray Boccino, he kills Boccino's goons and escapes.

The Ballad of Gay TonyEdit

Luis Lopez arrives via Buzzard, landing on the roof, he scopes out the deal, and then attacks. He steals the diamonds off of Isaac Roth, then escaps with the Buzzard before taking out pursuing police helicopters in the air.

TriviaEdit

  • There is an easter egg in the museum; the plaque describing the
    2uEt-gtaiv-2011-04-12-01-11-51-21-1-
    The plaque
    TEOKGamingAdded by TEOKGaming
    Tyrannosaurus Rex. The texture of the text is low-resolution, and thus hard to read properly, but reads, roughly, "This big bastard took a few days to knock up because it had to be done by the sole hand of a prop artist. But alas, and feast your eyes on this 21000 poly maniac. Trex right up your arse. How do you like them apples?".

Gallery Edit

External link Edit

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