Its focus is on the furniture stock of the museum, which comes from the manor house in Hodkovce / belonged to the Csáky family / and the Markušov manor house. The aim of the exhibition is to point out the development and type representation of furniture art and interior accessories, arranged chronologically from the 17th century to the beginning of the 20th century. The older period, which features solo pieces from the Classicist, Empire and Biedermeier periods, is installed on the floor.
The younger period, which represents historicisms / pseudo-styles / is represented on the ground floor. Art Nouveau also has a place here. Historical furniture is complemented by examples of art history, crafts, objects of applied art. Interesting are the collections of glass, porcelain, examples of period clothing, a set of mirrors, clocks, historical weapons, as well as complete sets - Csáky's meeting hall from 1884 with a pedigree, a hunting lounge from 1875 and the like.
A special chapter is the image collection installed as additional material in the form of e-exhibits or cycles. Works by important painters such as J. Rombauer, J. Czauczik, JJStunder and their portraits are represented here. The cycles of so-called Allegories of the senses from the 18th century, a cycle of paintings with a hunting theme from the 18th century and more. The surroundings of the manor house are converted into a French park with three stepped terraces. On the last of them stands the Dardanelles summer house.