The Institute for Classical Archeology of the University of Tübingen asked us to help their students with creating a Museum exhibition in VR. ImproVive used a number of scanned objects and high resolution of images to create a realistic collection of objects. The students can choose objects from a virtual storage room and postion them in the space using different pedestals. Special feature is the possibility an interactive guide that can give an explanation about the exposition or certain objects. Further the students can enlarge the objects to appear larger than in real life, thus enabling viewers to get a better impression of small objects such as coins or Egyptian grave objects. Museum lab supports both multi-user creation of a room, as well as allowing people to visit the exhibition together in VR.