The exhibitions at the museum are designed in the form of study centers in the exhibit areas. They are interactive, flowing from the concept of a museum based on the principles of the constructivist approach to education (structuring of knowledge) – an outlook that is especially well suited to exhibitions meant for group visitation.
Central in the structuring-of-knowledge outlook is imparting meaning to the exhibit contents. The goal is to expose visitors to a broad spectrum of interpretations as they experience the exhibition, as they arise from their personal encounter with the material. The exhibitions challenge visitors and induce them to step away from their familiar and entrenched thinking patterns in a way that corresponds to their ability to create new contexts.