One of the most prominent exhibits displayed in the museum is, without a doubt, the Cheb antependium used as a decoration in front of an altar. A rare embroidery, created most likely by Cheb's Poor Clares and dated around 1300, is one of the most prominent relic of artistic handiwork in the Bohemian region. The exhibition is also refined by the oldest dated bell in Czech lands, collection of gothic statues, examples of Cheb's baroque rifles and rare set of ivory carvings, depicting the most prominent characters of Thirty Years' War – so called Hallwich's collection. Albrecht Von Wallenstein, generalissimus of the imperial forces and one of the greatest generals of Thirty Years' War, was murdered inside the very building on 25th February 1634. The museum that focused on the items connected to the person of Albrecht Von Wallenstein from the end of the 19th century can is proud to present the largest collection of personal belongings of the duke of Friedland. His épée and two ceremonial riding saddles, lace collar and his riding boots with spurs, are among the most valuable.
There is also the murder weapon, which the duke had been impaled with by captain Walter Deveroux. One more unique object is the mounted taxidermic horse, who was slain in the battle of Lützen in 1632 and had been Wallenstein's favourite.