The collection is dedicated to everyday life in Biržai region in late 19th and 20th century. The collection ranges from household objects to musical instruments. It aims to represent the richness and variety of the local customs, traditions and crafts.
Household goods section features important pottery pieces which were produced in renowned factories in and outside of Lithuania: the Petersburg Imperial Porcelain Factory, the Gardner Porcelain Factory (Moscow), the Fediashin Porcelain Factory (Moscow), the Kuznetsov Factory (Riga), the Esen Factory (Riga). It also houses ceramics and pottery produced by Grūžiai Ceramics Factory, as well as items made by a local Birzai ceramist, Napoleonas Taseckis. Moreover, it boasts dowry furniture which mostly consists of chests, tables, chairs, wardrobes, benches, tablecloths, linen and rugs.
In addition to household objects, fashion and clothing items are on display. These include: costumes, hats, veils, shawls, lace and jewelry, mostly manufactured in Birzai region.
Ethnographic collection's music section features old folk instruments (pipes, daudyčiai folk pipes, horns) crafted by locals as well as a number of manufactured instruments.
To complete the collection, on display there is a section of sacral wooden sculptures and iron crosses from late 19th and early 20th century.