The first hall exhibition represents Karaite cultic and ritual things, religious books, implements of Karaite temple — kenasy. One can see here a chasuble and a scarf for prayers of hazan — a Karaite clergyman, his seal and stamp of kenasa. There is also a book for guests with their impressions. Its first note comes from 1926, August 21.
During the martial law, this part of the exposition was moved to the storage room.
The second hall is dedicated to the history of Karaite community in XX century. It was never a big one in Halych but during XX c. its number decreased greatly because of typhus and cholera epidemics and numerous migration during World War II and afterwar period. Nowdays there are only two Karaites in Halych. This hall exposition contains personal things and documents connected with life and ceremonies of Halych Karaites.
The third hall display covers Karaite's migration in the world, their population and ways of life.