Roman Fabryka is the author of the idea and the museum project. He himself collected numerous exhibits for years.
The museum exposition is placed in the house, specially built for it. The visitors can see here a number of instruments, devices and apparatuses, numerous attributes of different professions, household utensils. One can also see here a plough and a harrow, an ancient spinning wheel and ceramic plates and dishes, weaving and blacksmith's instruments, etc.
On the table there is an old typewriter and a modern microphone with a mobile phone — they are the attributes of the journalist and writer professions.
In the centre one can see the portrait of the journalist's mother, who gave birth to seven children. There is an icon of St. Nicholas — the patron of craftsmen.
The museum founder considers the museum as a gift to all the craftsmen — both to the former ones and to modern people, who continue the process of creation.