The museum is a commemorative tribute to Shaheed-E-Azam Sardar Bhagat Singh and his compatriots who had raised the banner of revolt against British Raj to wrest freedom and independence for the motherland. Mementos and relevant material relating to the great martyrs and revolutionary have been preserved in the Museum as a token of homage to the brave sons of Punjab. In the Museum these half-burnt bones and blood-stained sand along with the blood stained newspaper on which these were collected have been preserved and displayed. A copy of the judgment of the 1st Lahore conspiracy case in which Shaheed Kartar Singh Sarabha was sentenced to death is also a notable exhibit. S. Bhagat Singh's scribed notes (in his own handwriting) on this copy of judgment, a copy of the Gita with his autographs which was presented to S. Bhagat Singh while he was in Lahore Jail and the other personal belongings are also on display.