Civilization Cucuteni-Tripolie (approx. 5000-3000 BC) has manifested itself in a vast area of approximately 350,000 km2, which today is on the territory of Romania, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine. Not accidentally, it fascinated generations of archaeologists in the over 130 years that have passed since the discovery of the eponymous site in Iasi County. The reopening of the Palace of Culture and its museums in April 2016 raised the need for an exhibition project dedicated to Cucuteni culture. The exhibition was organized under the aegis of the Ministry of Culture and National Identity, by „Moldova” National Museum Complex in Iasi. It mainly capitalizes on the patrimony of the Moldavia’s History Museum, but other museums and research institutions in the area of Moldavia contributed to its realization: the Botoşani County Museum, the Romanian Academy – Iasi Branch, the Institute of Archeology, “Alexandru Ioan Cuza University” Iasi – the Faculty of History, as well as the “Ion Neculce” Theoretical High School in Târgu Frumos. The exhibition includes over 350 pieces of great value that take the visitor into the universe of the fascinating Cucuteni civilization. Although it is difficult to make a clear separation between the spiritual universe and the everyday world of Cucuteni civilization, a special part of the exhibition was designed to bring to the forefront the everyday life of these prehistoric communities. All of this was exhibited centered on the reconstruction of a Cucuteni culture dwelling, which interior was brought to life by the reconstruction of some elements of architecture and of some domestic installations, as well as through the items displayed. The exhibition is complemented by a multi-media part, which was constructed with the financial support of the „Cucuteni for the Millennium III” Foundation, an organization dedicated to the protection and promotion of the Cucuteni culture.