The museum is located inside the 17th-century Trinitarian tower and it is one of the most interesting attractions of Lublin. The museum’s collection contains the items used for religious purposes, icons, sculptures, paintings, textiles, sarcophagi, musical instruments, candlesticks and other antique items from the area of the Archdiocese of Lublin. There is a permanent exhibition of the Baroque art as well as the temporary exhibitions. The exhibition consisting of over 80 sculptures, candlesticks and paintings is presented in the raw brick interiors of the tower.
The most valuable items include two late Gothic dalmatics from the 16th century from the church in Chłaniów, the Magdeburg secretary made of black oak and ivory from the 17th century, a collection of candlesticks from the 17th to 20th centuries and the17th century coffin portraits typical of the Polish Sarmatism.
The exhibition is arranged on the way to the observation deck. The Trinitarian tower is the highest vantage point. From the platform at a height of 40 meters you can admire a wide panorama of the city.