The National Museum (Naypyidaw) is a museum located near the Kumudra circle, in Ottarathiri Township, Naypyidaw, Myanmar. Total plot area of the museum is 34.79 acres (14.08 ha). The construction of the museum was started on 3 June 2010. The Museum was opened on 15 July 2015. The museum has five wings: A,B,C,D and E. In the hall A, mini theatre, VIP holding hoops, president’s gifts exhibition room and public areas are included. The Primates and Fossils Exhibition room displays fossils of Pondaung formation, petrified plants found in Pondaung formation and Irrawaddy sedimentary formation. In the Prehistoric Period Exhibition room, tools, weapons and utensils from Myanmar Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age are displayed. Miniature replicas of Padah-Lin Caves is displayed with the supporting special lighting and models. In the Proto Historic Period Exhibition Room, Small scale model of UNESCO‘s World Heritage listed Halin, Beikthano and Sri Ksetra Pyu cities and other early Myanmar city states from all over the country are revealed in this room. Moreover, five Pyu figurines, gold, silver, bronze and earthen artifacts from excavated sites, are displayed in this exhibition room. In the Historic Period exhibition room, miniature replica of religious structures, literature, architecture, cultural artifacts and religious objects are displayed. Centerpiece of the display is Bagan architecture showing religious structure, wall painting, fresco, masonry and ceramic works. The display of Myanmar paintings includes old traditional paintings, wall paintings of successive eras, Jataka epic paintings and masterpiece of doyen artists. It is divided into old genre paintings, contemporary paintings, modern paintings and classic painting. The Myanmar Performing Arts Exhibition room displays Myanmar dramatic art, Myanmar traditional orchestra and miniature theater stage made in accord with tradition. Myanmar traditional musical instruments, Myanmar marionette and various musical instruments of Kachin, Kayah, Kayin, Chin, Bama, Mon, Rakhine and Shan national races are also displayed.