Reconstruction of the kitchen interior was based on an 1822 engraving. Back in the 19th century, kitchens were dark, the only source of light being oil lamps and fireplaces. The rooms were filled with acrid smells and smoke, and created fire hazard, therefore they were usually located far from living quarters.
Apart from the reconstructed hearth and a hood above it, a number of kitchen utensils were placed to illustrate the process of food preparation. They include:
Tables, chairs, benches, copper, clay and glass vessels such as frying pans, pots, saucepans, kettles, special pot for making jam, mortars, jugs, mugs, chopping knives, plates, spoons, bottles, measuring devices, samovar, hand blender, tea making kit and coffee grinder.
A round candle dryer was placed hanging from the ceiling. The kitchen is filled with smells of bunches of herbs hanging from the stove hood and from spices such as cloves, saffron, pepper, allspice, bay leaves and poppy seed, lentils, pea, coffee and tea placed in jars located all around the room.