This private museum collection, consisting of two rooms, presents ethnographic objects specific to the area, housed in an approx. 100 years old house. In the first room there are different hemp fabrics, specific to the area, and visitors can witness practical weaving demonstrations because the room also hosts a loom.
In the second room we have an interior design display specific to the area, dating from the mid-twentieth century, as well as some folk costume pieces. In the yard there are some contemporary art sculptures and in the garden the hemp used for weaving is being grown.
The owner has organized camps to allow children to unravel the mysteries of weaving. The owner has several accommodations for tourists and can also organize various events.
At about 300 meters from the house is the owner's household, where a museum is being built in an annex and will contain typical household tools.