Designed as a traditional Banat village, the open air ethnographic museum includes homesteads belonging to ethnic groups in Banat (Romanians, Slovak, Swabians, Serbians, Ukrainians, Hungarians, etc., social buildings (town hall, church, school), technical installations and workshops. One should remark the homestead from Căpâlnaş (dating from the 19th century), the potter’s house with a pottery workshop from Bata, a mill with well bucket from Topleţ, water and wind mills, the wooden church of Topla (18th century). A rich collection of objects (12,000 items), previously belonging to the Museum of Banat and exhibited at Bastion till 2007 were trasnferred. A permanent... exhibition opened in 2013 in a specially designed building in the museum outdoors. In 2015 it opened an interactive part of the museum where four households are replicated and where inventory (and it consists of replicas) can be used by visitors to the projects of reconstruction of occupations and traditional customs.