The exhibition consists of interconnected rooms in which they are chronologically presented history of "coexistence" of man and nature and their mutual interactions. The exhibition is designed as an audiovisual and multimedia, transforming themselves into virtual content collection items, as evidenced immediately by the entrance room of the exhibition. This is accompanied by film footage shot in the landscape of Horní Vsacko, ridges of the Javorníky Mts., Valašskomeziříčsko and Kelečsko regions based on the poem of Methodius Jahn, the "poet of Wallachia", whose estate is stored in ours museum. The walls are replaced by a stretched backlit barrisol foil with large-scale panorama of the Wallachian mountains.

In the 2nd room, the historical epoch of prehistory is presented. Prehistoric cultural landscape originated in the Neolithic and its origin was a significant “landscape revolution” caused by agricultural imports from the East. Then the development of prehistoric landscape continues, overcoming the period of settlement decline at the time of migration nations and soon after, and ends with the advent of the High Middle Ages.

The next room is dedicated to the Middle Ages. Our land of the end The first millennium AD was medieval in terms of politics or religion, but in overall it has so far hold a prehistoric character. Change occurred only during the 12th and 13th centuries, when the Czech Republic was overtaken by a modernization wave spreading across Europe and brining the heritage of the ancient world. The change of economic conditions meant a significant and sudden change in the landscape (medieval colonization), followed by further development in the post-White Mountain period. The focal point of the installation is a specific archaeological simulation-model, namely cutting of a waste pit.

In the following period, the agro-craft wave followed in antiquity concludes another reached important milestone, namely the emergence of highly organized baroque landscape. This room is dedicated to it in our permanent exhibition. The appropriate size of the former castle dance hall was used for the main one installation of the whole exhibition, namely audiovisual projection on moving discs, which it is possible to enter and thus let this period affect you all the senses.

The Baroque started a chain of other changes that go back to the present, when we are experiencing another landscape revolution, perhaps the same significant, such as the Neolithic Revolution. It is a post-graduate origin a country in which agriculture becomes only a secondary sector next to industry and large parts of the countryside are absorbed by the gray area of the outskirts.

The visual center of the last part of the exhibition is the annotated screening at model of Moravian Wallachia. The model is a relief map of Wallachia, which for the needs of presentation at the Czechoslovak Ethnographic Exhibition in 1895 in Prague created by prof. Josef Valek.

A key innovation in the approach to this museum installation is the fact that all the usual text panels have been replaced by animations, in which the stories of man and the landscape in them take place above all, it receives a progressive visual transformation of the Wallachian landscape, depending on often on already extinct technologies and archaic production and economic practices and facilities that we would otherwise visitors hardly imagined.