Located in the baroque chapel of Our Lady of the Assumption, this exposition presents church altar architecture and sculpture mainly from the renaissance and baroque periods. The most important exhibited artefacts are the renaissance epitaphs of the Thunkel family (dating back to 1579) and the Pirchan family (1597), the altar of Saint Ignatius of Loyola (created in 1625), and the altar of Saint Anne (1683). Another part of the exposition includes examples of baroque religious sculptures originating mainly in Jindřichův Hradec.