It was put into service on 23 June 2007 to serve as a unit affiliated with the Isparta Museum on the first and ground floor of the Cultural Palace Building. There is a two-story interior display, each floor of which is 108 m2, and an open display located in the garden on the western part of the building. Uluborlu blacksmith and coppersmith products have been famous in the surrounding cities for two centuries for their strength and sharpness. In addition to many iron and copper tools, door locks and harnesses that cannot be fitted with keys are exhibited in the Blacksmithing Showcase.
The trays, plates, copper bowls, and horns made of horns, tea samovar made of brass heated with charcoal, and a copper pot used for water heating, bath bowls, and napkins are woven on the benches in the houses, used in Uluborlu cuisine, are exhibiting in the Kitchen-Hammam and Ablution Culture showcase. A silver-plated bridal dress, bindallı, a set of pockets and shalwar for daily use, writings, pediments, necklaces, and earlocks, filigree and silver embroidered belt buckles, and women's belongings are exhibited in the showcase. Weapons of the 19th century, weight and length measuring instruments, lighting equipment, bolero, belt, shalwar and wool socks, amber prayer beads and cigarette holders, pocket watches, money bags, rifles, flasks, one-edged swords called yayatan, as well as gunpowder holders are exhibited in the men's belongings showcase. Pirns from spinning wheel reels to the wool spinning spindle, from cotton fluffer and carpet comb, scissors, and knives for carpet weaving are exhibited in the Weaving Showcase. 19th-century kitchen products consisting of china and green glazed pots, a jug known as Çanakkale ceramics, and porcelain plates are exhibited in the Ceramic Utensils and Coffee Culture Showcase. In addition to these, agricultural and musical instruments are exhibited. There are stone works in the garden of the museum.