The museum was created to provide a record of the agricultural and pastoral tradition of this special area. The museum is organized through the story of life inside and outside the home. The mountains, the forests and the work of the fields, then the urban environment and ultimately life in the house where the women wove and cooked. They discuss the most strenuous and profitable trades of the past, like the lumberjack, carpenter, blacksmith, farmer and shepherd. In each sector the visitor is exposed to the most original and authentic tools used.