The museum's exposition numbers 350 original exhibits. Its materials tell the visitors the city history from the end of the Copper-Stone Age — the beginning of the Bronze Age till nowadays. The visitor's attention is attracted by the materials of the archaeological excavations: the fragments of mammoth's tusk, axes, sickles, parts of pottery, clay female statuettes, etc.
Sudova Vyshnya is the native town of Ivan Vyshensky (1545-1620), the writer-polemist, literary and public figure. One can see the photographic copies of I. Vyshensky manuscripts, the scheme of his trip to the monastery in Athos, his potrait painted by T. Dmytrasevych.
In the section "Ivan Franko in Sudova Vyshnya" his two collected volumes of poems and the photos of places connected with his presence in the region are presented.
One of the exposition sections is dedicated to Tadey Dmytrasevych's creative work. He is known as a lyrical poet and artist, an archeologist-amateur, a collector of local folk traditions and ceremonies. T. Dmytrasevych was the museum's founder and its manager during long years.
The ethnographic section with local agricultural implements and household utensils will be of great interest for the visitors.