Our collection has been built for years through Museum's own purchases and acquisitions, exhibits we inherited from the Regional Museum of the Polish Tourist and Sightseeing Society, and items donated to us by individuals, the Polish American community, and their organizations.
We focus on historical pieces and memorabilia connected with Casimir Pulaski and other great Polish expatriates in the United States, items from the 18th century Poland and the rule of Stanislaw II August Poniatowski, decor from the 18th and 19th century manors and palaces. We are proud of our collection of furniture sets, clocks, Polish and Ottoman textiles, portraits, battle scenes, and other paintings, Polish and American maps, old prints, porcelain, silver, and weapons. Especially noteworthy is our portrait collection, depicting Casimir Pulaski, Tadeusz Kosciuszko, and a rich collection of old American maps.
Since its early days, the Museum has been gathering old items and memorabilia connected with the town of Warka and its environs.