The modern building of the Lapidarium Museum, built in 2006, gives shelter to monuments from the collection of the Novigrad’s lapidarium. It is a cultural asset of national importance. The museum collection includes architectural elements, and elements of liturgical inventory, originating from between the 1st and the 18th century. The most significant holdings of the museum belong to the collection from the Early Middle Ages, including the well-preserved Mauritius ciborium from the end of the 8th century, a rare example of Early Carolingian art in the region. The museum is the centre of cultural meetings, exhibitions and events.