The Sanctuary of St. BridgetIn this part a historic XV century painting of St. Bridget was threw open for visitors. St. Bridget lived in Sweden the 14th century. It was she who predicted defeat of the Teutonic Knights of Grunwald. The king Władysław Jagiełło took back the prophecy of the ruler who defeated the Teutonic Knights. Therefore together with the church he built a monastery for Bridget nuns and monks. And in the church a picture of St. Bridget (15th century) was placed with a series of paintings depicting the life of St. Bridget, a magnificent woman, loving wife, demanding mother, and full diplomat woman. A series of paintings in stalls are completing and bring closer the life of St. Bridget.

The painting of St. Bridget from the 15th century was lent by the Wawel Royal Castle to the exhibition of the 600th anniversary of Grunwald victory. The photographs of this painting were presented at the Vilnius exhibition. Thanks to such an extraordinary collection, educational, cultural and tourist purposes can be realized. The vault of the chancel of the Sanctuary is made in the style of Lublin Renaissance. We can see 4 Evangelists with their symbols, 2 angels with palms in hands and plant ornamentation plant, fruit and vegetable garlands and winged head with a scarf under the neck and also religious symbols. This architectural style is characteristic of Lublin region. In Sanctuary of St. Bridget, co-patron of Europe, there is an entrance to  crypts, which are assigned for sightseeing. For this purpose, a descention  in the form of stairs was made and two crypts were joined by a brick wall vault (referring to the existing crypt walls). In these crypts there are archaeological exhibits (including wooden and metal archaeological relics, habits and coffins, including the last of Bridgettine's abbess).

In Sanctuary of St. Bridget near the main entrance there is also an archaeological exposition of the old walls. Examination taken by a ground -penetrating radar showed the presence of old walls the last of the chapel older than the church (under the floor in the northwestern part of the aisle). An illuminated display of these walls was made by making a glazed opening (laminated glass floor) in the floor allowing viewing the remnants of existing  already in 1396 the old chapel of the Blessed Virgin Mary, St. Sophie and St. Barbara.