Wilanow Palace And Museum, Warsaw
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Wilanow Palace And Museum, Warsaw - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Stanisława Kostki Potockiego 10/16, 02-958 Warsaw, Poland
Ticket Price: 20 PLN
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:30 am - 04:00 pm Details
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This is one of Poland’s first public museums. It’s a bit remarkable that the museum even functions today, considering that most of its exhibits were annexed by the Nazi’s in WWII, but thankfully these were repatriated. Modelled on the Versailles by King John III Sobieski for his French wife, the palace is in the Baroque style. Its main exhibits are the gallery of Polish Royalty portraits and the Royal apartments, which include furniture, ceramics, clothing and some lovely paintings.
For most tourists though, the gardens are the true jewel of the place. Lovely the year around, but especially in the autumn, they make a delightful place to relax. A number of events and festivals are held on these grounds such as Summer Royal Concert, and occasionally, you’ll see a wedding party.
Wilanow Palace And Museum Information
- Last entry of visitors in the chair is 03:00 pm.
- Free admission on Sundays.
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The opulence of King Jan will blow your mind. Having a lush garden and lake behind the palace is so beautiful...I cherish the memories till now...Really peace and quiet. I am sure you can get lots of Eureka moments there.
Long drive to a bit disappointing place. Exterior of the place itself is pretty yet the gardens are disappointing (maybe due to winter, but all the roses were cut off). Interior was doll yet provided explanations in English. Pass through, 2 hours most.
Fantastic place inside and outside. Love the Gardens on the outside. the inside was full of paintings and furniture and watch History. It was really nice to have the earphones to walk around and listen to the Past
Interesting exhibitions of various styles of art and treasures gathered through the centuries from many places, and saved from the Nazis' typhoon. Trying to immitate Versailles it finally gives a more naive rococo impression. Walk around the gardens to relax.
Fine place to spend hot weekend in the fresh atmosphere of old big garden with fountains, sculptures and historical buildings. The palace was very intriguing outside and dull and unimpressive inside. The garden was good but a bit neglected. Could be 4* but I would appreciate the custodians in the palace to speak any other language besides Polish and not stare heavily at anyone entering their assigned room suspecting something. And do not buy those audio guides- use the free application on your smartphone, the link is on the wall by the cloakroom.
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