The museum was founded in 1969 on the basis of the Myadel Culture Department, and opened to visitors on March 18, 1969. In 1982, the construction of a new museum building was started. The first visitors were hospitably received by the exposition of the Victory Hall, which was opened on May 8, 1985. To the 40th anniversary of the Great Victory. On July 3, 1988, the entire exposition of the museum was opened for the 40th anniversary of the liberation of Belarus from the Nazi invaders. Every year the museum is visited by about 20 thousand people.
The interior design was done in the Belarusian style – the museum looks like a village hut with beams decorated with geometric carvings. When you go into the museum, you immediately feel the atmosphere of the past: on the wall there are ceramic panels reflecting the historical events of the region; on light oak staves – the original carving. In the next room – tapestries woven for an exhibition based on the legends of Naroch region. The originality of the design stands out in the Great Patriotic War Room, where the same interior details – oak dies on the walls and ceiling give the whole feeling of anxiety: painted brown, with shell fragments filled with shell fragments and cartridge cases, they remind us of the war. Halls on modern themes, lighter, continue the main idea – the image of the Belarusian hut.