The Choir (showcases with exhibit items)The Choir (showcases with exhibit items)So far, people who mostly visited the tower, and it was only at the choral level, were organists. After renovation everything has changed. The seventeenth-century tower is open to our community and all visitors of Lublin. Moved below the stairs in the vestibule of the church, a wooden glazed wall will allow entrance to the tower-bell throughout the day.

The Tower (Knights of Grunwald)The most interesting place the new stairs to tower are leading are fragments of the Gothic painting decoration, probably from years 1430 and 1460 - 1470. They are above and beneath the vault of the central aisle. It happened because the polychrome was found originally below the ceiling covering the aisle. The ceiling was flat from timber beams and coffers. The late Gothic peak and pre vault of the central aisle was made in the half of the 16th century. In this way the paintings were separated. Renovated fragments of decorative frieze depict the march of horse knights on the background of the Old Town with a bearded rider and the king Kazimierz Jagiellonian with a squire. These historic fragments of the fresco are among the earliest paintings in Poland on secular subjects placed in church and from the art history's point of view  were the premiere of the Renaissance. During the works there were also found frescoes from the earlier period.

The Tower (Knights of Grunwald)In the tower there are also plaques and symbols commemorating the facts of the history of our church, the city and the homeland. Previously located in the right side aisle, which still remained a place of remembrance and national traditions. But some of the plaques were moved to the tower. It is also located next to a historical exposition with a Teutonic knight and two naked swords, a numismatic exhibition. A new construction of 2 bells was also made on the tower, whose sound would be constantly remind of the historic victory. From the tower we will also be able to admire a panorama of Lublin through telescopes.