Inside this museum the visitors can see a part of the collection of historical and ethnographic objects gathered by a hardworking local collective, displayed in a systematic and well individualized way. The archaeological objects on display, resulted from the excavations carried around, dating from the Paleolithic era to the era of developed feudalism, found especially at Iosăşel, Berindia, Chisindia, at the Dezna fortress etc.
Particularly interesting are the Romanian ethnographic objects, represented by various kinds of ceramic from the Valley of the White Criș (Târnăviţa, Honţișor), the glass icons and the objects characteristic for the ethnographic area of Buteni. These objects include: a loom, traditional furniture, alpenhorns and the famous flag and wedding tree from Chisindia. The historical and ethnographic collection represents a large area, from Moneasa to Gurahonţ. For more information about this museum, please contact Sebiș City Hall.