Łęczyca is a city with a long history, present in culture also thanks to local legends about the devil Boruta. At the local castle, you can see a special exhibition devoted to the figure of the devil in folk culture.
Due to its central location, Łęczyca was from the early Piast times an important administrative center of contemporary Poland. To this day, the biggest attraction is the Royal Castle in Łęczyca, where the museum operates today. The collegiate church of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Alexius was the place of congresses of the nobility.
To this day, in the center of Łęczyca, the old urban layout with the market square, i.e. Tadeusz Kościuszko Square, on which the town hall stands, has survived. There is also the church of St. Andrew the Apostle and the church and monastery of Of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. A big attraction of Łęczyca is the open-air museum of Łęczyca Zagroda Chłopska, which presents the life of the inhabitants of the surrounding villages, and a windmill in Łęczyca with a milling exhibition.