The Museum of Bread exhibits all cycles of bread production, from sowing to harvesting, milling and baking. The visitors can see the miller's house here, a windmill, a watermill, a blacksmith shop, various agricultural tools, and facilities.
The main exposition is located in the main building. It occupies 320 square meters and consists of 3 halls where the exhibits present the role of bread in the life of the people in the region, the agriculture history, and various work from plowing to bread sale.
The house of the millers presents the interior of a typical Tatar house, which was carefully recreated based on original photos of the utility interiors of those times. The remaining samples of household items, home decor, clothing, and tools dated back to the late 19th and early 20th centuries were used for reconstruction.
The operating windmill and watermill are the objects of the complex that attract special attention. In order to learn about the process of grain grinding, the visitors can go inside the windmill. Here, visitors can also learn about other types of mills that existed in the Spassky district at the turn of 19th and 20th centuries.
The complex contains the restaurant Chenghis Khan and the café Dom Chaya.