The museum has 4 expositions and 1 exhibition hall. The exposition presents historical materials and documents related to economics of the Laishevsky district from ancient times to the present day, including the exhibits and documented materials related to the life of the multinational people of the county: the Tatars, the Kryashens (baptized Tatars), and the Russians. The museum contains numerous materials about the history of the landowner property, which includes the estates of D.I. Mozalevsky, V. Yushkov, B. Ilyin, P. Schetinkin, and others. The interior of the museum reflects the occupation of Laishevsky County residents.
An isolated hall displays a stationary exhibition named The Time River and Derzhavin’s Life, opened in 2001. It tells about the life and work of G.R. Derzhavin, who was born in the Laishevsky district, and perpetuates his legacy in Tatarstan. The exhibition also includes a collection of books written by G.R.Derzhavin and the lifetime editions of the poet and statesman (1808).
The museum offers some workshops on vine weaving, clay modeling, origami, and creation of amulets. The museum hosts costumed performances of folk ensemble and characters from the era of Catherine II. The museum offers tour services around the Laishevsky District.