Archeological findings in the village testify that smaller or larger settlements already existed in the area of Csólyospálos thousands of years ago. Valuable exhibition items, therefore, include horns, pot fragments, spindle buttons, arrowheads, stone axes and spearheads, but visitors can take a look at old tools for mining meadow limestone, too. They can also peek into notes regarding religious holidays and old school books, but they can find slates and inkstands, as well.

Characteristic objects and tools formerly used in agriculture and animal husbandry are also on display at the exhibition.