The exposition of the Estonian Pedagogical Archives and Museum consists of two era-specific classrooms one of which is furnished in the style of the change of the 19th and the 20th century and the other in the style of the 1970s–1980s. The classrooms are thematically bound together by a permanent exhibition located on two levels, ‘Educational History’, which presents interesting fragments of information about the history of Estonian education, school and kindergarten in the form of questions and answers.

One-minute lectures ‘What was the school and the school teacher like at the end of the czarist era?’,  ‘When the tradition of wearing a school uniform began?’ and ‘Where does the 1 September tradition come from?’  have been recorded on the topic addressed by the permanent exhibition.