The modern exposition consists of 4 sections. The first one displays materials on three waves of emigration movement in Bukovyna region (late 19th — first half of the 20th century). Visitors can learn there about the reasons for the emigration, take a look at photographs of first emigrants, their private letters and personal possessions.
The second section is dedicated to biggest destination countries for Bukovinian diaspora: the USA, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Australia, some European countries. The information presented there is focused on diaspora's history in those countries, its cultural development and public life.
Next section tells a story of modern Bukovinian diaspora. Visitors can learn there more about world famous Bukovinian natives — Arkadiy Zhukovsky, Kostiantyn Popovych, Vasyl Korotylo, and some others.
In the last section artworks of remarkable local artists (Vasyl Kurylko, Yaroslav Paladiy, Petro Mehyk, Ksenia Korotylo) are displayed. There are exclusive historical materials on life and work of Vasyl Kurylko, one of the most popular Canadian artists. His paintings are now the part of the building where Canadian parliament is based. There's also a unique collection of documents and various artworks of a sculptor Yaroslav Paladiy from the USA.There's also a permanent photo exhibition 'Ukrainian Emigration to America'.