The museum exposition occupies two halls with show-cases displaying the exhibits.
The first hall offers an exhibition devoted to archeology and local ethnography. Among the exhibits, you will see such antiquities as furniture, books, and tableware.
The second hall tells the story of the organization of Zherdevka district, development of its enterprises, as well as the features of local nature and climate. The total number of exhibits in the museum is 1700. The most valuable pieces in terms of art and local history are the skull of a mammoth, 1992 archeological excavations of the Count kurgan group, “The Nosovsky Monastery” painting by A.I. Antipov.
The museum also showcases combat decorations of WWII veterans, Stalin’s merit certificates, items of peasant labor and everyday life.