The entire exposition of the Museum consists of those items that were donated by local residents and their descendants. Therefore, the Museum can not see the old exhibits. The earliest of them date from the late nineteenth century. Most of the Museum stands are devoted to the history of Jews in the Belarusian lands: from the XIV century to the present day. Also in the Museum there is a stand, which is dedicated to Jewish women. For example, the Creator of the famous Breweries of Olivaria, Rohlya Frumkina was Jewish. In those days, the woman could not own a business, so after her husband’s death, the petty bourgeois Frumkina had to write an appeal to the Russian Emperor to allow her to open a brewery. The permission was obtained, and today Olivaria is one of the leading Belarusian beer producers.