The museum native collection of Cultural center was founded in 1969, and its establishment was encouraged by the enthusiasm and persistence of history teachers Ištvan Đenge who with his students collected and kept the exhibits in the school premises. However, the decision of Municipality on its establishment was not accompanied by adequate assistance, so that the collection was frequently moved, exposed to the ravages of time and the frequent break-ins and thefts. In 1996 the most important exhibits were temporarily stored in four rooms of the former Management Board of Revenue, and the remaining in the premises of the former prison which threatens destruction, but from 2005 the Museum collection has been given the building of the former Municipality at 88 Marshal Tito Street, where it is located nowadays.
It has over 3.000 items related to ethnology, archeology, history and art. The largest part of the exhibits, around 2000, are of objects of art, archeology and craftsmanship collections. The collection also has written historical records, photographs, and a large number of books in Serbian, Hungarian and German. Processing of these historical documents is still in progress, and the exact number of other items that are listed and described in the museum books will only be known after obtaining the depot. We should also emphasize that the collection, thanks to important archaeological sites in the municipality, such as Čarnok, Šuvakov farm and the brickyard Polet, has valuable exhibits from these excavations.
The collection also includes parts and complete costumes, a great number of craft items, among which is particularly interesting wooden vacuum cleaner, the only one that is currently known to exist. Also, the collection has parts and complete furniture from the early 20th century, Mileta Leskovac᾿s pharmacy in the late 19th century, which is complete and well-preserved, one ethno room from the life of ex Germans in Vrbas as well as ethno rooms in Base Center that depict the life of Serbs in old Vrbas.
Otherwise, the base Center is the monument from the National Liberation War, the only undiscovered base where double issue of Slobodna Vojvodina was printed . The Museum of the Revolution represents its front part while the rear part of the house dates back over 200 years to be arranged as an ethno house. This house is also significant because of three different ovens that are therein, namely peasant furnace, furnace for baking and cooking and decorative stove, and Mile Bajac᾿s family donated the original furniture of the period as well.
The museum’s collection includes a collection of art paintings from the legacy of Jožef Pehan and Beal Pehan, a legacy of Eugene Kočiš as well as pictures of famous painters of the former “great” Yugoslavia.