The seven rooms of the museum have been organized as follows: documents on the history of the house and the personalities who lived there; the writer's school years and his debut; documents, works of art, personal belongings, the writer's early books; the guest room and some of the writer's masterpieces; Sadoveanu as fisher, hunter and chess player; Sadoveanu in the fine arts; the rares room. The building is a monument of architecture, built by M. Kogălniceanu in 1842. During World War I George Enescu lived here, later, between 1918 and 1936, Mihail Sadoveanu. In 1950 the writer donated it to the Jassy Institute for Agronomy. Until 1980 it housed the Institute for Linguistics, Literary ...History and Folklore of the Academy and the Institute for Anthropology. It was restored between 1978 and 1980. The exhibits include manuscripts, first editions, original photographs, hunting and fishing tools, furniture, clothes, works of fine arts (O. Băncilă, A. Băieşu), and statuary group.