Along with his 19th century historical mansion, Nicolas Ibrahim Sursock’s waqf covers a collection of furniture and objects he had collected or been gifted from various destinations: porcelain from China or Meissen, Islamic tiles and woodwork from Syria, as well as silverware marked with his own initials.

His collection of artworks includes etchings, personal photographs, and paintings, including two portraits of him by Philippe Mourani (circa 1920s), and the Dutch fauve artist Kees van Dongen (circa 1930).