The museum about the geologist and university professor Josef Emanuel Hibsch (1852-1940), who was born and worked in Homole u Panny (German: Hummel), is dedicated to the geology and mineralogy of the Bohemian Central Mountains and documents the life and work of one of the most famous volcanologists in Europe. Hibsch worked for 34 years as a professor at the Royal Czech Agricultural Academy in Tetschen-Liebwerd (today Děčín-Libverda). This still exists as the technical school for horticulture and agriculture "Anton Emanuel von Komers".
The museum is located in the former school of Homole, which Hibsch also attended as a child. On the green area in front of the neighbouring church there is a memorial stone to him.