The N-Dzhengutaev Museum of Local Lore was opened on April 14, 2003. The total area of the museum is 291 square meters. The museum employees were able to fill them with interesting rare exhibits thanks to the residents of Nizhny Dzhengutaya. Many elements of traditional culture were preserved and handed over to the museum samples of female needlework.
Household items of the late 19th and early 20th centuries are also exhibited. and agricultural implements: a threshing board, sickles, scythes, tools used by blacksmiths, carpenters are presented. Many farms made leather, made shoes, spun wool and sewed clothes in almost every house. All these implements were housed in the halls. household kitchen utensils, represented by the museum funds quite widely.
Residents of the village handed over to the museum samples of a clay container for storing bulk products, hollowed out of a whole piece of wood. The museum houses a samovar on which images of 14 printed medals, which the products of the partnership were awarded at various exhibitions, were embossed.
The exposition dedicated to the Great Patriotic War, Afghan and Chechen events, contains letters from the front, photographs, certificates, certificates. Among them is a photograph of Hero of the Soviet Union Yusup Akayev