In an effort to improve services, apart from the old building built by the Java Instituut Museum Sonobudoyo during the late Dutch East Indies administration, a new building and two adaptations of cultural heritage buildings were developed. The Ex Koni Cultural Heritage Building is used for temporary exhibitions, while the Cultural Heritage Building, sports hall is used to store, maintain and study collections in the form of manuscripts. Meanwhile in 2019, a new exhibition building was built with a location on the north side. The storyline that was drawn up for the arrangement of the new exhibition space was designed to match the Sonobudoyo Museum's vision and mission. There is also the vision of the Sonobudoyo museum is the realization of an International Standard Superior Museum which expresses Javanese Culture. Meanwhile, the mission of the museum is to realize a superior and competitive museum as a cultural resource, to realize the strategic role and value of the museum as the main attraction for DIY tourism, to realize the role of the museum as a preserver of cultural heritage, and finally to realize integrated museum management which includes strategic management. , operations management, HR management, financial management, and marketing management. Javanese culture is the main spirit that fills the narrative embodied in the storyline. The New Exhibition Building is likened to being a 'home' for Javanese traditions which include various forms of Javanese culture. The various forms of Javanese culture that are represented in the four-floor showroom present a representation of space in a traditional Javanese house that starts from the profane space to the private. The first level presents themes with the narratives of 'Travel and Transportation' and 'Meals and Events'. This theme presents a collection of transportation equipment ranging from traditional to modern to transport passengers who want to travel. The collection consists of miniature vehicles and bridal palanquins from the HB VII era. While the next sub-theme regarding banquets presents stories of community gatherings in an event which is usually in the form of a ceremony or banquet influenced by European culture. The track record of traditional banquets to the colonial period is present through a collection of silverware, tableware and various silverware. The second level presents ‘Performing Arts and Wayang: Puppets that Bring the World to Life”. This space is present as a form of representation after the previous profane space. It is envisioned that this space is a liminal space between private and profane which in traditional Javanese houses is presented in the form of pringgitan. This transitional space is usually presented with various artistic performances such as wayang, dance, or gamelan games that can be enjoyed from public or private spaces. The collections presented are in the form of puppets, statues of the dancer Bedhaya, Wayang Wong narratives, and gamelan. The third level presents Weapons and Tosan Aji. Walking in this space, is represented as a private space in the house. Presented by various collections of keris, spears, and tosan aji owned by the museum, this space presents the cultural heritage of Keris which has symbols as 'strength' for the realm of Javanese culture. Meanwhile the last (fourth) level presents a narrative about the Life Cycle and Wastra Clothing which presented in the form of a batik collection. The human life cycle that starts from the fetus until death is present in the form of symbols that appear on batik. Meanwhile, Wastra Busana presents fashion accessories that are not only related to clothes but also include jewelry. At this level, the gold collection belonging to the Sonobudoyo Museum, which has been kept since 2010, is presented.