The museum has two households with all the facilities in the original order. All the cottages date back to the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century.
There were up to 50 family members living in one household at the time. They would eat, cook, wash, welcome guests and spend time in the “main building”, while each son would also have a house of his own where he would sleep with his own young family. Every household also had specifically separated cottages for storing milk, corn, for baking bread, housing cattle, or was used as a workshop.