2019 "Free November" in the Royal Łazienki Museum
Join us to take part in the "Free November" campaign, during which you can freely explore the Royal Łazienki Museum. Multiple attractions await our visitors, including the ‘Virtuti Militari’ exhibition, workshops for children and adults, performative readings by the actors of the National Theatre in Warsaw, and museum lessons. Admission to all events is free.
Unique star of a Napoleonic Marshal. On display for the first time
A 19th-century Star of the Virtuti Militari Grand Cross, one of the two of this kind in the world and never shown in Poland before, can now be admired in the Royal Łazienki Museum.
"Virtuti Militari" Exhibition
Devoted to the highest and earliest Polish military decoration, the "Virtuti Militari" exhibition will be held in the Royal Łazienki Museum from 17 September until 12 December 2019. The history of the order founded by King Stanisław August is closely connected with the dramatic history of Poland.
Foxes in the Royal Łazienki. See what you need to know
Foxes – the ubiquitous predators – are regular visitors to the Łazienki gardens and can often be encountered during strolls. During such encounters, one should take appropriate safety precautions, just like when meeting other wild animals.
The Royal Łazienki on exhibition at Venaria Reale
European royal residences, and among them the Royal Łazienki, are presented on the exhibition in the palace gardens of Reale Venaria in Italy.
2019 Chopin Concerts. Recitals every Sunday
Feel invited to the 60th Season of Chopin Concerts in the Royal Łazienki. Recitals at the foot of the Monument to Chopin will be held every Sunday at 12.00 and 16.00. Hear pianists of worldwide renown, including outstanding musicians of the younger generation.
Exhibition: History shared by the brothers. Unique pieces from the Budapest collections
Priceless exhibits from Hungarian national collections – testimony to the long-standing relations between Poland and Hungary – will be on display at the Royal Łazienki Museum from 7 May to 6 August 2019.
Japanese royal couple in the Royal Łazienki
During their state visit in Poland, His Imperial Majesty Prince Akishino and Her Imperial Majesty Princess Akishino visited the Royal Łazienki Museum on 30 June 2019.
Classes for schools in the Education Zone. Students like royal artists
Students of primary schools, high schools and secondary schools are invited to classes in the Moulding Shop situated in the Education Zone in the Old Orangery. Everyone will have a chance to feel like a royal artist and make a plaster cast.
Monte Cassino. On the 75th Anniversary of the Battle
You are invited to see the exhibition commemorating the Battle of Monte Cassino, one of the longest and bloodiest battles of World War II, in which almost all Allied powers bound together to confront the Nazis. The exhibition will be held in the Open-Air Gallery at Aleje Ujazdowskie in Warsaw from 1 April to 31 May 2019.
Rembrandt in the Royal Łazienki. "Landscape with the Good Samaritan"
Masterpiece of landscape art by Rembrandt and one of only three confirmed works by the master in Polish collections. The "Landscape with the Good Samaritan" from the Czartoryski Princes’ collections will be put on display in the Royal Łazienki from 3 April to 5 May 2019.
Exhibition: "Tōhoku. Japanese Artistic Craft"
Masterpieces of Japanese artistic craft from Tōhoku will be on display in the Royal Łazienki Museum from 2 to 24 March 2019. Visitors will have a chance to see ceramics, textiles, lacquerware as well as objects made of metal, wood and bamboo – their diversity illustrates the unique culture of the region that was destroyed by the great earthquake and tsunami eight years ago.
Exhibition: "The Splendour of Orders on the 100th Anniversary of Regaining Independence"
Polish orders and distinctions, including the diamond and ruby uniform of the Order of the White Eagle, will be displayed starting from 9 November 2018 at the Royal Łazienki Museum. The exhibition, which features almost a thousand exhibits, including uniforms and documents, has been organized on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the restitution of Poland’s independence.
Roses for the 100th anniversary of Polish independence
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Polish independence, the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria gifted one hundred Damask roses to the Royal Łazienki. The flowers adorn the Modernist Garden, where – on 18 July 2018 – a board commemorating the gift from the Bulgarians was unveiled.
Director of the Royal Łazienki decorated by the Republic of Finland
Professor Zbigniew Wawer, Director of the Royal Łazienki Museum, was awarded with the First Class of the Order of the White Rose of Finland (fin. Suomen Valkoisen Ruusun Ritarikunnan I loukan ritamerkit) by the President of the Republic of Finland.
2018 Chopin Concerts. Recitals every Sunday
Feel invited to the 59th Season of Chopin Concerts in the Royal Łazienki. Recitals at the foot of the Monument to Chopin will be held every Sunday at 12.00 and 16.00. Hear pianists of worldwide renown, including outstanding musicians of the younger generation.
Exhibition: "ONNA. Beauty, Strength, Ecstasy"
Depictions of Japanese women carved on Edo-period wood engravings made by the greatest Japanese masters will be displayed from 16 May until 15 August 2018 at an exhibition in the Royal Łazienki. The works come from the National Museum in Kraków and are one of the most precious Japanese engravings from across all Polish collections.
Exhibition of Thracian gold from the collections of the National History Museum in Sofia
Insignia from mid-4th century B.C. belonging to the ruler of one of the Thracian tribes – a wonderful golden wreath, golden rosettes and a golden ring with a stamp – will be displayed in the Palace on the Isle from 1 to 31 May 2018. They are part of the Thracian golden treasure set unearthed during the survey of an ancient burial mound in northern Bulgaria.
Eco-friendly bird houses for the gardens’ residents
A dozen nest boxes for birds have been placed in the Royal Łazienki gardens. Soon, insect hotels will also be installed. The miniature wooden houses complement natural hollows and they are part of the Museum’s environment protection programme aimed at preserving biodiversity.