The Museum reflects the organization and the complex activity of the traditional village, the regional architecture of the households and of the community constructions, of the technical facilities which illustrate the occupations and crafts in the area and the way of life of the Bukovina dwellers.
On the river valley which crosses the museum there are located hydraulic technical installations: Mănăstirea Humorului water mill, the mill machine, the hackle for wool processing. The occupations and crafts are represented in workshops equipped with the inventory spercific to each profession. Here, the traditional working techniques can be demonstrated and learnt, as they are used as school-workshops for children or turists.
The organization of the interiors represents an ethnographic exhibition which complies with the local particularities of the folk architectural objects. The ovens, the stoves can be found in the museum in a variety of types; the traditional furniture, the textiles for the interior, the pieces of clothing represing folk costumes complete the image of the traditional Bukovinean civilization.
The novelty for the museum is the representation of the spiritual life of the peasant by marking passing rituals, birth and funeral ceremony, as well as the integration rite which is the wedding.