During the renovation of the museum building, the experts used a clever technical solution to replace the original timberwork, and thus gained a large airy attic under the roof. The architectural attraction of the attic is the huge, central chimney made up of several chimneys. Nowadays appears in the centre of the place in its full sculptural beauty. Between the nooks and crannies of the chimney, there is a special walking level, designed for the visitors.
On both sides of it take place the ethnographical collection, with items belonging to the festive and everyday life of the peasant culture.
The thousands of pieces of material are the private collection of painter Sándor MAKOLDI and his Tokaj-born wife Gizella PAP.