The main exhibition of the Museum of John Paul II and Primate Wyszyński is in the ring surrounding the dome of the Temple of Divine Providence. It is located at a height of 26 meters (eighth floor) and covers about 2,000 square meters.
The exhibition tells the story of two patrons of the Museum – John Paul II and Primate Stefan Wyszyński – against the background of the century in which they lived. Its chronological framework covers the period from 1901 (the year of birth of Stefan Wyszyński) to 2005 (the death of John Paul II).
The exhibition shows the influence of both heroes of the Museum on the fate of the Church and Poland as well as their contribution to preserving the faith and national and cultural identity of Poles and the overthrow of communism.