The Ethnographic Museum holds a permanent exhibition, which goes by the name of “The traditional non-material culture of the kapantsi”. It presents to the visitors the “kapantsi” and their cultural world during the period from the 19th until the beginning of the 20th century. In the halls of the museum various scenes are assembled, portraying the traditional way of life, the calendar, the family customs and holidays of the ethnographic group. Special attention is given to the ritual food, the icon, the golden apples, the “silent water” jug, the “suvrena pillow” and the clothes turned inside out. They have their own unique effect on everyone, who sets foot inside the Ethnographic Museum. The collections of traditional fabrics, garments and adornments highlight the regional specifics and style, typical for the ”kapantsi” group.
Often times the museum’s premises host different exhibitions and concerts, for example in July, when during the Yoghurt Fair and Festival, it becomes the centre of culture and traditions.