You can visit two exhibitions: 1. The historical development of Komárno and its environs from the prehistoric age until 1849 and the ethnography of the region - There can be seen a selection from the museum´s archeological collections in the first three rooms of the exhibition. The Celtic, the Roman and the late- Avar finds are more remarkable. In the next two rooms guild relics, things from the times of the Turkish expansion and others connected with the history of the Komárom castle can be found. The water trades, including fishing and gold – washing, water – mills as well as the interior of a traditional room in Martovce is presented in the last room of the exhibition.
2. The historical gallery - A selection from the earliest and most valuable works of the collections of the fine arts from the 18th century to the beginning of the 20th century can be seen in the Ceremonial Hall of the museum. The oil paintings by Árpád Feszty entitled The Battle at Bánhida (1897 – 1898) and The Earthquake in Komárom in 1763 by Karl Friedl belong to the most noteworthy works of the gallery.