New splendour of the Kubicki Stables
The Kubicki Stables, dating back to the 19th century, have regained their place on the cultural map of Warsaw. A project co-financed by EU funds allowed to create a unique educational and exhibition space with a rich programme offer for visitors in the building referred to as the Horseshoe. Visitors are invited to the newly renovated building from 30 July 2021.
A unique photograph of Karol Beyer in museum collections
The first known photograph of the Royal Łazienki, one of the two preserved 19th-century stereo photographs by Karol Beyer, outstanding Polish photographer, was added to the museum collections.
The exhibition "Beautiful objects. 2020 acquisitions"
Precious miniatures from the collections of King Stanisław August, a graphic portrait of the monarch and objects of 18th-century decorative art will be shown from 4 May to 30 September 2021 at a temporary exhibition in the White Pavilion. These are the works which were brought to the Royal Łazienki as acquisitions at Polish and foreign auctions.
62nd season of Chopin concerts. Online recitals
You are invited to attend this year’s 62nd season of Chopin concerts, which will start on 16 May 2021. The recitals of the most outstanding Polish and foreign pianists will be presented online. Kevin Kenner, who is considered as one of the most outstanding performers of the works of Fryderyk Chopin, will perform as first.
The buildings of Royal Łazienki open again. Visit safely
The buildings of the Royal Łazienki Museum are accessible to our visitors. You are requested to follow the safety rules during your visit.
The exhibition "Symbols of the Baltic Freedom"
The orders of the Baltic states from the inter-war period, originating from the collections of an eminent Lithuanian collector Vilius Kavaliauskas, will be presented at an exhibition in the Officer Cadets School from 2 February to 15 August 2021.
Suitcases plenty of books. Picnic for families
On an old apple tree near the Old Guardhouse grow mysterious ribbons. Look around and you will see more ribbons on the suitcases plenty of interesting books. Choose one ribbon from the tree and start your journey to the world of books.
"Track the Tree!". Second edition of the family field game
Did you know that there are more than 9.500 trees in the Royal Gardens? We chose eleven original trees for you to track. Follow the ribbons.
The throne of the kings of Poland in the Palace on the Isle
Richly adorned, gold-plated audience throne from the 1st half of the 18th c., which had been used by August II and August III, will be at display in the Palace on the Isle from 2 February to 15 August 2021. The Baroque piece of furniture, adorned with coats of arms of Poland and Saxony, is one of the few preserved throne armchairs from the era of the Polish-Saxon union.
Old firearms, including hunting and sporting exhibits, designed for target shooting are on display at a temporary exhibition in the Museum of Hunting and Horsemanship. All the exhibits were acquired thanks to a subsidy from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.
Opening of the exhibition "Polish-Estonian relations in 1918–1939"
On 5 May 2021, at the Open-Air Gallery at Al. Ujazdowskie, the exhibition under the title "Polish-Estonian relations in 1918–1939 in the light of Estonian archival material" was officially opened with the participation of the president of Estonia, Kersti Kaljulaid, while on an official visit to Poland; the exhibition reminded the common inter-war history of both states.
Recovered Heritage. On the 100th Anniversary of the Peace of Riga
A hundred years ago, the operation of restitution to Poland of many priceless works of art and national mementoes looted by Russia during the partitions began. Among them were also items from the collections of king Stanisław August, which formed part of the furnishings of the Royal Łazienki. Polish cultural property was returned as a result of the Peace of Riga.
Łazienki gardens open again. New guidelines apply
The gardens of the Royal Łazienki Museum are open to visitors again. For your own safety, please follow the applicable guidelines during your visit.
See what Stanisław August would eat. Recipes of the Royal cook
Dishes served on the table of King Stanisław August were exquisite and diverse. The specialities included such ingredients as fish, meat, vegetables, and the special meal prepared for Christmas Eve was almond soup. Discover the recipes of the Royal Cook – Paweł Tremo.
The oldest trees of the Royal Łazienki
European ash, which grows in the Romantic Garden near the Belvedere Pond, is likely the oldest tree in the Royal Łazienki. Its age is estimated at 200 years. The European larch and pedunculate oak trees are equally ancient.
Exhibition: At source. Inspirations of the Korean Tradition and Culture
The works drawing on the aesthetics of Korean traditional art, created by contemporary artists working in Korea and abroad, can be viewed at the exhibition held in the Officer Cadets School. The exhibition is displayed as part of the Month of Korean Culture organized by the Centre of Korean Culture in Warsaw.
#Victory1920. Exhibition: "The Battle of Warsaw as a Guarantor of Peace in Europe"
In commemoration of the centennial of the battle of Warsaw, the Royal Łazienki Museum and the Head Office of State Archives have created a joint exhibition entitled "The Battle of Warsaw as a Guarantor of Peace in Europe". The project is dedicated to one of the most crucial battles in world history, which proved instrumental in the shaping of the political map of Europe at the time.
The collections of the Museum have gained firearms from the 18th and 19th century
40 pieces of old firearms were added to the collections of the Museum of Hunting and Horsemanship – Branch of the Royal Łazienki Museum. Most of them are hunting antiques, and several of them are sports firearms designed for a shooting target.
New brilliance of the Royal Łazienki. The project "Sources of Transformations" has been completed
The White Pavilion and the Water Tower have been restored to their former splendour. Featuring new displays and an educational and cultural programme, they will open to visitors in spring. The historic garden surrounding both monuments and the relics of the Neogothic Orangery have also been renovated. The project which enabled to carry out conservation and renovation works was summarized at a conference in the Old Orangery held on 10 December 2019.