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Visit to the Wilanów Palace

Wilanow Palace is the former residence of King Jan III Sobieski and his wife Marysieńka (Marie Casimire Louise de La Grange d'Arquien). It is also Poland's oldest art museum, founded in 1805. Today, the palace and the adjacent park are open to visitors. Permanent and temporary exhibitions are held within the complex.

The park is open daily throughout the year.
The palace is closed on Tuesdays during the winter season (January 14 - March 31 and October 16 - December 15).
Duration of a visit to the Palace: approx. 60-90 minutes
Number of participants: 10-25

Regular entrance fee: PLN 25.00/person.

The price includes:
- entrance to the Palace
- entrance to the Park

The price does NOT include the services of a guide.

In case of group tours, reservation is required.

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