Museum of Fr. Józef Jarzębowski is located in the rear part of the basilica. The museum's collection includes, among others Polish and foreign old prints from the 16th to the 18th century, royal letters and autographs, manuscripts of Polish writers from the era of Romanticism, positivism and Young Poland. An important place in the museum collection is occupied by one of the largest collections in Poland concerning the January Uprising. Two collections of white weapons - European and Eastern ones, a collection of oil paintings of European masters of the 17th and 18th centuries, papal bulls, royal documents from Władysław Jagiełło to Stanisław August Poniatowski, memorabilia of prisoners of Soviet labor camps and Nazi camps are especially valuable.
Museum of Fr. Józef Jarzębowski was transferred to Licheń from the Marian center in Fawley Cort in England in 2006. It started its activity on July 2, 2010. The museum is very modernly arranged and equipped with multimedia devices.
The museum's collection includes one of the largest collections of memorabilia and documents from the January Uprising in Poland. They include, among others glasses of Romuald Traugutt - the last dictator of the January Uprising, photos of insurgents, memories of combatants, descriptions of battles and skirmishes, original orders and instructions of the Provisional National Government.
The museum can be visited individually or in groups.
Visiting the museum with a guide is possible after booking a guide
In Pilgrim Service Office.
The museum is open:
On the second and third floors, there are money boxes where donations can be made for the maintenance of the Museum.