The rich and interesting past of Wąwolnica is documented in a piecemeal and fragmentary way by the collection of exhibits, which can be seen in the local museum. The exposition is located in the lower tier of the castle church built in the 14th century. The upper tier (rebuilt several times) is the Chapel of the Holy Mother of Kębło. The museum was established in 1995 on the initiative of the Board of the Society of Friends of Wąwolnica and the contemporary parish priest Jan Pęzioł.

As part of the permanent museum exhibition, one can see archaeological exhibits discovered in our area and handed over to the museum in a deposit for an indefinite period of time by the Department of Archaeology of the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin. As a result of the verification and survey archaeological research commissioned by the Society of Friends of Wąwolnica, the collections of the museum have been enriched; among other things, the collection of glassware (dated to the seventeenth century) has been acquired, which proves that a glass-making workshop operating on the basis of glass mass obtained in the area of today's village of Huta has been functioning at the royal station.
The collections of the museum are also under the care of the inhabitants of our commune. This is evidenced by a neolithic axe given by J. Struski and found during field work. The museum's collections include 18th century robes and liturgical vessels as well as old 17th century leather bound and well-preserved books. The 16th century sculpture of Christ attracts the eye with its beauty and expression of workmanship.

The rich past of Wąwolnica is evidenced by copies of documents, the originals of which are kept in the Archive of Old Files in Warsaw. These are, among others:
- a copy of the document in which King Kazimierz [Jagiellończyk] transfers in 1448. "At the request of the Wąwolnica townspeople, their town from the Polish law to the German municipal law in the Magdeburg variety (Cracow, 29 May 1448).
- a copy of the document in which King Sigismund Augustus relocates the city, i.e. transferring the city development in 1567 to another location and delineating a new one, i.e. the present Market Square (Piotrków, 2 May 1567)

Another group of exhibits are works of people connected with Wąwolnica through their birth or years spent there. The exhibition includes paintings by Zygmunt Bartkiewicz and Konrad Krzyżanowski
- a graduate of the School of Painting and Drawing in Warsaw. These are: "Wąwolnica Street" from 1933 and "Podzamcze in the Spring" from 1936. In the museum one can also see some works of sculpture and drawing by two artistically talented brothers: Józef and Stanisław Gosławski. Józef Gosławski spent three summer seasons: 1947
- 48 - 49 working on the conservation of a tenement house at St. Nicholas in Kazimierz Dolny on the Vistula River. Before he began conservation work, he made a detailed analysis of the fragments left over from the destruction and made a number of drawings. Some of them (donated by the family) are kept in our museum. (see
The youngest tourists are very interested in the model of the 15th-century Wąwolnica, which was made in 1996 on the basis of discovered 15th-century court books.