Wilanow Palace and Gardens

The Wilnow Palace is situated in Warsaw’s green suburbs. In the seventeenth century, the palace functioned as Emperor Jan Sobieski III’s summer residence.

Guided tours are available at the palace. You can also simply stroll inside the sprawling palace rooms, drop into the Past king’s luxurious quarters adorned with architectural splendor.

The palace treasures several significant relics, invaluable porcelain pieces, furnishings and artworks.Elegantly manicured gardens are found at the rearside of the palace. The beautiful backyard ah the fetched the name "Polish Versailles" for the palace.

You can find the garden a wonderful place to loiter and discover the statutes and fountains.

A few minutes’ walk from the garden takes you to the banks of a river, where you can rent a boat, stroll alongside the bank enjoying the picturesque beauty of the place.

Opening hours


The palace is opened from 9 AM to 4PM (last admission at 3PM) on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays

On Saturdays, the palace is opened to the public from 10AM to 4PM (with the last entrance at 3PM).

On Sundays it is opened from 9.30AM to 7PM (with last entrance being at 6PM).

The Garden (Park)

The Garden is opened on all days from 9.30 am till sunset.

Admission ticket

For Palace

Regular fees PLN 20, Discounted fees PLN 10,-and for groups of people counting upto five and above, the fees is PLN 100.

For Park

PLN 4, 5,-for Regular
PLN 2, 5, on discounts.-


Wilanow Palace and Gardens

Ul. St. Kostki Potockiego 10/16
Tel: +48 (22) 8424809
Fax: +48 (22) 8423116

Accommodation near Wilanow Palace and Gardens

Portos Hotel
1 Mangalia Street, Warsaw, 02-758
Country: Poland
22 207 60 00

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