The Lublin castle is the seat of the National Museum in Lublin (formerly the Lublin Museum), whose collections are housed in several departments, including archaeological, numismatic, military and ethnographic. The painting gallery exhibits the famous "Union of Lublin" painting by Jan Matejko, as well as valuable canvases by Polish and foreign artists. Since 2023, the collection of the National Museum in Lublin has also included works by Tamara Łempicka presented in the exhibition "Tamara Łempicka. Beyond Borders'.

Among the buildings included in the castle complex is also the Romanesque defence tower, also called "donjon", which is the oldest building on the castle hill. At its top is an observation deck, which offers a magnificent view of the Old Town and the surrounding area. The 14th-century Holy Trinity Chapel, on the other hand, is one of the most important sites in Lublin. This is due to the Ruthenian-Byzantine frescoes with which King Władysław Jagiełło ordered its interior to be decorated in the first half of the 15th century.

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