In the beginning of July 2013 in the Open Air Museum, a reconstruction of the Neolithic Village as a part of the archaeological site Tumba Madzari, reparation and preservation of the copies of the ceramic items on display in Neolithic houses was made. The items were first cleaned and coated with silicone coating for protection from moisture. Some of the items that were in worse condition were covered with a fixing material for the vessels surface and consolidation. Parallel with this activity an intervention was made on the plaster animals to protect them from water.
The reparation and preservation of the inventory of the open air museum as a part of the regular activities of the Neolithic village was conducted by a team of the Museum of Macedonia under the leadership of Elizabeta Stolic, graduated sculptor; and Dijana Jordanova, graduated sculptor, Bojan Misajlovski and Donco Naumovski, archeologist.