The power of positive relationships
The permanent exhibition at the Museum draws upon multicultural sources from the town and region in order to transcend the borders of the “little homeland”, Poland and even Europe. By presenting our world's diversity of nationalities, ethnicities, and religions, the exhibition highlights the importance of positive relationships through numerous examples of intercultural dialogue etched in history.
In the labyrinth of dialogue
Led by the voices of contemporary practitioners of intercultural dialogue, the visitors reach the representatives of the philosophy of dialogue, who guide them through the next part of the exhibition: Martin Buber, Ferdinand Ebner, Emmanuel Levinas and Józef Tischner. The guides let the visitor choose one of the two entrances to the black room, which houses the next part of the permanent exhibition.
The diversity triangle
The multimedia presentations all follow a similar pattern and feature photographs, images, interviews with authority figures, audio materials and short texts. Using the touch screen, the viewers may select the presentation they are interested in.
Prehistory and early Middle Ages of Ponidzie and Wiślica
The archaeological exhibition, opened in September of 2017, presents items from the Mesolithic period until the early middle ages from the area encompassing Ponidzie, with one of its more interesting places being Wiślica.
History of Motorisation in Miniature
The exhibition History of Motorisation in Miniature presents the most valuable objects from the collection gifted to the National Museum in Kielce by Sławoj Franciszek Gwiazdowski (1927–2009), a pioneer in collecting model vehicles in Poland.