The folk house is an example of regional village architecture at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. The furnishings are partly original; some items were donated by local people. In 2012, the attic of the house was turned into a large room for exhibitions. Here the Moravian Slovak Association Háječek regularly hosts its “Spring Gathering with Pork Jowl, Spirits and a Song”, on the afternoon of the last Sunday in April. This event is also the official start of the exhibition season. From this moment on, the house is open every Sunday afternoon until the end of September. The last Sunday of September is time for the “Autumn Gathering with Báleše and Pork Rind”, which ends the season.