The museum was founded in summer 2007 by the artist Lucia Condrea, member of the Artists Union of Romania, known for over two decades by the value of the Easter painted eggs she exhibited in over 112 international exhibitions in 11 countries. The museum contains over 5,000 exhibits arranged artistically on the surface of the two levels of the building, in 41 windows. The exhibition is divided into three sections: 1. Lucia Condrea's unique works made in six different techniques: colored wax relief, batik technique (black and white), laces - old Romanian textile ornaments transposed on eggs, ancient works technique with Moorish art (Moroccan) and local art inflences, modern abstract works, an...d old local decorative motives transposed on eggs using beeswax and natural pigments; 2. very old painted eggs, collected from the localities inhabited by ethnic Guzuls in Bucovina; 3. eggs collected by the artist from the creators of various countries. Easter eggs painted with hot beeswax are an old tradition in Bucovina.