The Municipal Museum is located in a historic building on the square. Even the house breathes history, as it was built in the nineteenth century and bears a typically Baroque style.
Inside, a collection of objects from the town's history is on display, including findings that remind us of the prehistoric settlement of the town. One of the exhibitions is dedicated to the work of the archaeologist Karel Jaroslav Masek who, in the late nineteenth century, explored Štramberk's caves. Masek made one of the greatest discoveries of ancient history when the jaw of a Neanderthal child was found in Šipka (Arrow) cave.