On display are numerous antique artifacts from the private collection of Dang Minh Tam. These artifacts include musical instruments, hunting and weaving tools, ceremonial objects, jewelry items, and other items that depict the lives of ethnic groups in the five provinces of the Central Highlands.

The highlights of this exhibition include a 700-year-old white elephant bone chair and a collection of elephant hunting tools, both belonging to the M’Nong ethnic group and dating back over 100 years.

This exhibition will run until the end of December 2024. It is part of a project focused on preserving and promoting the heritage value of the Central Highlands gong cultural space in Gia Lai province, as well as the traditional values of the Central Highlands people, with a specific emphasis on Gia Lai.