In the museum presents the landscapes of the native village of a peasant poet – Nizovka, excerpts from his autobiography, and numerous publications by Spiridon Drozhzhin, from the first journal to separate collections. The museum has preserved the atmosphere in which the poet lived with his family. Here you can see a folding dining table, a gramophone, a wrought-iron chest, a sideboard and a commode of the 19th century, a family icon of the Mother-of-God of Kazan in a red corner (icon corner), a writing desk, and items of peasant utensils in the kitchen. In front of the museum on the grave of S.D. Drozhzhin there is a monument to the poet.