The idea for the garden came from priest Paweł Stabach and the designer was Zofia Włodarczyk, an academic teacher at the Agricultural University in Cracow and author of the book Biblical Plants. The aim of the garden is to show biblical content and biblical plants in the open air. The construction was made possible thanks to European Union funding of more than PLN 2.5 million from the Malopolska Regional Operational Programme 2007-2013. On the territory of the garden there is a spring of mineral water "Maryja".
Chronologically, it is the fourth biblical garden in Poland and so far (2016) the largest, with an area of 1.3 ha. It is located by the parish church in Muszyna, at 62 Kościelna St. It has miniature landscapes, paths to explore, small architecture. It is divided into 5 thematic gardens:
- Salvation History Garden. It tells the story of salvation from the creation of the world to the events described in the Apocalypse of St John.
- The garden of biblical landscapes. Presents the geography of the Holy Land, its distinctive landscapes, selected ways of farming and the lives of its inhabitants.
- The vineyard of the Lord and the teaching of the prophets. Presents the main themes of the teaching of the prophets. It features a watchtower built of stone, a grape and olive press, and selected Scripture passages on the prophets: Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel, Abdiah, Amos, Hosea, Micah, Sophonias, Nahum, Habakuk, Aggeus, Zechariah, Malachi, Joel and Jonah.
- A children's biblical garden.
- A garden for lovers.