Muzeum Łazienki Królewskie
Photo Aesthetics of Count
Benedykt Henryk Tyszkiewicz
‘Emotions of the Royal Łazienki Gardens’. Research conference
The historic residential gardens of the Royal Łazienki are one of the most visited sites in Warsaw. What emotions do they evoke and how are they perceived? Their perception from many perspectives is the topic of an interdisciplinary research conference that will take place on 12-13 September 2024 at the Palace on the Isle. We invite representatives of various scientific disciplines to participate.
Exhibition: Discovered Images. Photo Aesthetics of Count Benedykt Henryk Tyszkiewicz (1852–1935)
Nearly 200 original prints, extremely interesting for their photographic qualities, are displayed at the exhibition of the oeuvre of Benedict Henryk Tyszkiewicz, a Polish-Lithuanian aristocrat and photographer. The 19th-century works, which for years were considered lost, come from Lithuanian collections. The exhibition can be visited from 8 December 2023 to 10 March 2024 in the Kubicki Stables.
Project ‘I inspire!’. Cooperation of Łazienki Królewskie and La Venaria Reale
Promotion of Polish culture in Italy, exchange of experiences and joint educational activities are the main assumptions of the ‘I inspire’ project, under which the Royal Łazienki Museum has been cooperating with La Venaria Reale in Turin in 2023-2024.
“Symbol of Warsaw”. The Royal Łazienki in the eyes of the visitors
The Royal Łazienki Museum is a symbol of Warsaw which most strongly anchored in the consciousness of Varsovians and residents of surrounding areas, according to a survey by Difference firm, carried out as part of the “2023 Development of Creative Sectors” programme.
Conservation and Renovation of the White Pavilion and the Water Tower Together with the Historic Garden
Pegasus Stables. Conservation and Renovation of the Kubicki Stables
Thermal upgrade of the former Inn
Redecoration and conservation of the Old Orangery and the Royal Theatre
Losses incurred by the Royal Łazienki as a result of the Second World War. Research project