Major Art Museum
|Mayor Rating Effect||5 over 440 tiles|
|Education Quotient Boost||50.0 points|
|Student Capacity||24,000 Sims|
|Education Coverage Radius||5,800 (Entire City) Tiles|
|Education Effectiveness over Average Household Age||20 Years 0.0|
30 Years 0.3
40 Years 0.3
50 Years 0.3
60 Years 0.6
70 Years 1.5
80 Years 3.0
|Education Coverage Fade Pattern||0.0 100.0 100.0 100.0|
|CAP Relief provided||6,000 R§§|
|Power Consumed||40 MWh/Month|
|Water Consumed||60 m3/Month|
|Air Pollution||1 over 2 tiles|
|Water Pollution||1 over 3 tiles|
|Garbage Pollution||8 over 4 tiles|
|"Goofy Stat"||Forgeries Discovered|
Education buildings increase the Education Quotient over a coverage radius. Some buildings have variable coverage radii which can be changed using a School Bus Funding slider, however the majority have a fixed radius that cannot be expanded or contracted without modding the game.
Museums are designed to provide a School-like effect on an older Sim's life, however they are still treated as Schools by the game's code. The Major Art Museum provides a progressively stronger effect as a household gets older.
In Museum rankings, it is superior only to the City Museum.
The News Ticker fluff entry created on its placement is "Concentrated Cultural Collections At New Art Museum Lead To Long Lines".
- Combined R§§ and R§§§ population in excess of 12,000
- Average Mayor Rating in excess of 45 Points
- At least 4 Museums built
- Average Museum Grade in excess of 85
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