Sai Museum has kept all those things that were associated with Shri Saibaba. Devotees from across the world visit this Museum that is a part of Dwarkamai. It has Saibaba's padukas or footwear, which are revered by the Sai devotees. It has some of the coins that Saibaba gave to Malsapati, the priest of Khandoba. The museum preserves the two utensils that were used to feed people in hordes. The museum also has a Grinding Mill that was used by Saibaba. Articles that were personally used by Saibaba are kept in Samadhi temple.
Shri Sai Baba Sansthan, Shirdi was established in the year 1922 to carry out the noble service of Shri Sai Baba. From the year 1922 to August of 1989 the establishment staff provided various facilities for the devotees. On May 4, 1990 Bhoomi Pujan of 'Sai Baba Bhakta Niwas' was performed. A building to accommodate 3500 devotees, having 560 self-contained rooms and two spacious halls has been constructed.
Sai Baba used to cure many diseases. Shri Sai Baba Sansthan, Shirdi built a 'Shri Sainath' Hospital to continue to provide service to patients. The Hospital is well equipped with modern machineries like 'Manojkumar Intensive Care Unit', 'Smt. Janaki Devi Suri Sonography Centre', 'Raju Batra X-ray Machine', etc.
The Hospital provides many services such as eye diagnosis, cataract operation, family planning, cancer research, homoeopathy, etc. In the near future there will be a expansion of the Hospital, establishment of a medical research centre, and an addition of a nursing and medical college.
The Sansthan runs a 'Prasadalaya' to provide lunch and dinner to the devotees. Nearly a 1000 devotees can take Baba's prasad at the same time. The kitchen of the Prasadalaya is equipped with modern cooking machineries and is free of pollution. Food-packets are available to the devotees from 8:00 in the morning to 12:00 noon. There is a canteen service available to the devotees day and night.
The Sansthan is publishing various photos and books on Shri Sai Baba in many languages. The trust has started English medium schools three years ago. Scholarships are given to the poor and clever students every year by the Sansthan. The Chairperson and the members of the trust are taking keen interest to provide facilities to the villagers and devotees.