In the museum there are two exhibition halls and four constant displays: folk clothes and household utensils, ceramics, carving, weaving and embroidery.
There is a private collection of Eugen Sahaydachnyy, an art critic, in the museum exposition. It houses Hutsul clothes of the end of ХІХ — beginning of ХХ century; in particular wedding clothes,
embroidery and also ceramics.
The section of wooden carving represents the wooden items of Shkriblyaky masters.
closed on Monday.
For adults — 35 UAH.
For students — 20 UAH.
For children — 15 UAH.
Photographing and filming — free of charge.
Nezalezhnost St., 55