The house of the present museum was built in 1834 by Neamţ Monastery for school. In 1950, the house was sold to Ana Câmpeanu, the mother of Veronica. In 1864, the house was donated to Veronica on the occasion of her marriage to Professor Ştefan Micle. During the last years of her life, Veronica Micle, herself a poetess and the great love of poet Mihai Eminescu, lived at Varatec Monastery. She donated the house to the nuns of the monastery. In 1934, the house was listed as historic monument. The building was completely restored in 1984 and opened for the public as a memorial museum. The exhibits include photographs, facsimiles, study furniture, prints from the 19th century and other objects related to the life and epoch of Veronica Micle (1850 - 1889).