The Tibet Museum is the official gallery of the Central Tibetan Administration's Department of Information and International Relations and is situated close to the principle sanctuary of the fourteenth Dalai Lama, Tsuglag Khang, in the Dharamshala suburb of McLeod Ganj. The Tibet Museum expects to disperse learning of Tibetan history and culture while bringing issues to light of the control of Tibet and the progressing human rights mishandle submitted by China. Set up in 1998, the Tibet Museum now has an accumulation including more than 30,000 photos, a voyaging display, and a changeless presentation that reports the Tibetan excursion into oust over the Himalayan reaches. The Tibet Museum's main goal is to report, protect, research, show and instruct people in general on all issues identified with the Tibetan history and culture. At first named the Tibetan National Commemoration and Documentation Center, a wide range of thoughts were examined before the last idea was settled upon by the Central Tibetan Administration. On 30 April 2000, the fourteenth Dalai Lama initiated the historical center in a service went to by around 300 dignitaries and volunteers. The Tibet Museum shows Tibet's history and dreams for its future through writings, photos, recordings and establishments.