The museum is a part of the owner’s residence. It is made up of two halls and a reception. The halls are divided in into fourteen different corners.
The first corner shows weapons and tools of war, such as guns, swords, daggers and knives. The second corner is for stone tools, like hand mill and other kinds of hand tools. The third corner includes cooking gear such as cooking pots, saucers, hand mills, and other supplies. The fourth corner includes hospitality tools such as coffee dallas and plates. The fifth corner contains books, manuscripts and copies of the Holy Qur’an. The sixth corner includes old clocks and beads, while the seventh corner displays ancient jewelry and accessories.