Unlike most museums, the Vaacha Museum is an open rather than a closed space, with windows and courtyards opening out to the landscape around and the sky above. The Museum Gallery has on display a diverse collection that includes paintings, sculpture, pottery, bamboo items, stone work, ornaments, agricultural equipments, textiles, musical instruments, storage vessels, hero stones and images of worship sourced from diverse Adivasi communities across several states of the country.

Vaacha has used technology to collate the collections of other Tribal Museums in India. On the touch of a finger, visitors can have a panoramic view of the collections of the museums of the Tribal Research and Training Institutes in the country. Prepared with the support of the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, Govt. of India, this ‘National Consortium of Tribal Arts’ is a visual delight and lends insight into the rich cultural diversity among the Adivasi communities.