It reflects the history and culture of the region. The museum houses unique woodcarvings, handicrafts, and musical instruments. It has a separate section for archaeology, where antique collections unearthed are exhibited. The handicraft section here lets you view the processing of cane manufacturing. The library in the museum has a wide range of books. The ground floor of the museum houses an extensive ethnographic collection including traditional art, musical instruments, religious objects, and handicrafts like wood carving and cane products, while the first floor has archaeological objects found in Ita Fort. The first person from the state to scale Mt. Everest, donated his entire expedition gear to the museum.