First Romanian School in this building is documented in 1799. Since 2003 the building was given in the administration of the National Museum of Eastern Carpathians and is currently arranged as a museum permanent exhibition. First Romanian School Museum comprises 4 rooms: classroom, hall, library, and teacher’s room. In these have been collected and exhibited objects and documents representative of the Romanian Orthodox religious education history in the area. On the school banks there are school supplies in their historical evolution: wax tablets, tablets that was written with black chalk or graphite, books, frames, pens, inkwells, wooden pencil cases, arithmetic tools. In the librar...y are presented prewar and interwar textbooks, religious books, books, directories and other documents to popularize knowledge in various fields (land work, home peasant farming guide, ordering the village, household etc.). The fourth room is decorated as teacher’s private home with antique furniture and personal items of the teacher, illustrating aspects of his private life,Romanian folk costume, interior fabrics specific to this area, household items. In one corner there is a desk where the teacher was preparing lesson plans and draw his correspondence.