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Palace at Wilanow

Warsaw, Poland
4.9 / 8
The palace is 10 km away. from the Polish capital. It was built in the 17th century for King Jan Sobieski and his wife Maria Casimira Louise. At the request of the Queen during the construction, the creators focused on the French architectural school (the Baroque style prevails). At the beginning of the 19th century, one of the first art museums in Poland was opened on the territory. During the Nazi occupation, museum collections were looted, but then they were returned back to Poland.
Palace at Wilanow
Palace at Wilanow
Palace at Wilanow
Address:Stanisława Kostki Potockiego 10/16, Warszawa
Phone:+48 22 544 27 00
Hours:monday: 09:30–18:00 tuesday: 09:30–16:00 wednesday: 09:30–18:00 thursday: 09:30–16:00 friday: 09:30–16:00 saturday: 09:30–18:00 sunday: 09:30–18:00

Sara Duarte
03.10.20

It is so beautiful! Unfortunately, today we couldn't visit the palace but only the park but it was also worthy!

H.Ceren tekiner
26.09.20

It is available for handicapped people and there is a lake to walk if you seek peace and silence. It is a historical and magical place.

Poppy Kolovou
25.09.20

Really nice place for a walk at the garden, you can also kayak, totally recommend it! The museum is small but nice with explanations in English.

Maciej Dobrogowski
29.08.20

A lovely getaway from the city buzz. Very calm, private park.

J Žybort
29.08.20

Not whole palace open for visitors. Perhaps 1/3. You pay for enterence to the arden and traditionally for palace. Place is interesting, but ticket for.. Read more »

The Gourmet Campers
30.07.20

Great place to visit or just go for a stroll. In the summer can get busy, but the gardens are the nicest.

Kiran Surati
19.07.20

Simply Great Historic place.. with well preserved artifacts and we'll maintained park around the palace. Also they have entry tickets and hygiene is a.. Read more »

Melvyn Guy
15.07.20

The palace is beautiful. Something to see. The day i was there, the palace was closed, but the park was open.

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