The interior features multiple floors and is protected by three ghoul guards. One of the ghoul guards is carrying the audiotape Griffon's bottling instructions, which can be looted after he is killed. The top floor is divided into two large rooms, one with office cubicles and another with a large counter. There are also two bathrooms. A staircase at the northwestern corner of the building connects to the lower floors. The intermediate level is partially collapsed and contains a few office desks as well as filing cabinets. On the lowest level, Griffon's bottling operation can be found, consisting of a few bath tubs, sinks, and a closet containing a lot of wigs. Another copy of "Griffon's bottling instructions" is laying on a table in between bathtubs.
It is impossible to enter the building prior to completing Take it Back!, even with Broken Steel installed. The doors will be boarded over and inaccessible. This is because the aqua pura hasn't been made from the purifier.
A memo on a terminal in this building mentions a Dr. Gillian Taylor being transferred to the San Francisco Aquarium - a reference to a character from Star Trek IV.
On Museum Authority terminal 7: Log MA-0085 mentions a request from a Dr.Gillian Taylor from the National Aquarium. Her request for a new tank for her whale exhibit has been denied. However the San Francisco aquarium has agreed to build the tank and the administrator mentions working to get her transferred to San Fransisco. This is a direct reference to the character of the same name from Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home who is in the caretaker of the humpback Whales, "George and Gracie". These are the same whales rescued by Capt Kirk and friends, brought to the 23rd century and save the earth from an alien probe via whale song.
pc Crouching in the faucet-end of the bathtubs will result in a slight amount of radiation exposure, despite the fact that actually drinking the water does not give rads. This may be either an oversight or a game engine limitation. [verified]
ps3 The HUD display reads "Strength1" when examining the bathtub water where it should list the rads present in the water. This is likely because the water in the tubs is supposed to be aqua pura, and thus has no rads. In the PC version, the display shows "HP 20" and "Rads 0" as expected. [verified]