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Museums are one of the educational places where people can discover displayed artefacts and expand their knowledge. Museums manage to deliver information to museum visitors through a variety of communication modes. The rapid development of technology has brought to the usage of mobile learning to ensure visitors able to gain meaningful experiences and facilitate their exploration in museum. The objective of this study is to manage the influencing factors and integration of Museum Mobile Learning Application (MMLA). In term of methodology, this study involved pre-service teachers from two public universities in Malaysia. All the respondents were asked to explore MMLA before respond to the questionnaire. The adapted Technology Acceptance Model is used as a grounded theory of this study. All the core construct of TAM posits a significant effect through the designed path. The study results indicate that perceived ease of use plays a major role in determining pre-service teachers’ attitude. This contribution directly led to the pre-service teachers’ positive attitude and thus increase their tendency toward the acceptance of using MMLA. These findings provide theoretical support for managing pre-service teachers’ acceptance of Museum Mobile Learning Application.