Displays are as impartial as possible and tell about religions and beliefs in the sociohistorical, psychological and cultural contexts. The scientific-cognitive atmosphere is in everything here: laconic audio-guides (the English one is pretty well), touch screens, informative posters on walls and temporary exhibitions, worthy of hot disputes. But only after the tour. Making a ruckus is still unacceptable even in this museum.
In total, the museum's collections number about 200,000 exhibits, the oldest of which date back to the 6th millennium BC. The permanent exposition of the museum highlights all periods from archaic beliefs to "young" religions. With spectacular stylization, sounds, tactile exhibits and even semi-dark "secret" halls like Buddhist Paradise Sukhavati.