The museum was founded in 2016 on the initiative of a retired professor of biology, Hans Peter Schuller, with the support of the city and surrounding Saxon co@mmunity and parish priest of the Evangelical Church, Johann Zey. Hundreds of valuable items that reconstructs the life of Saxons of Reghin were gathered: folk costumes from more than a hundred years, books and religious items, household items, sewing, tablecloths, wall carpets, dishes, mortars, irons, various household items. Irons have over 100 years. The costumes on each apron and shirt were embroidered with the initials of the person and year. Among the exhibits particularly valuable museum are The New Testament in 1842, written in... German, with Gothic letters, many considerably old Bibles, Old and New Testament of 1859 after translation of Martin Luther, and a copy of the establishment of Reghin as Royal city issued in 1863 by Emperor Franz Joseph.