The buildings of Royal Łazienki open again. Visit safely
On 4 May 2021, some of the buildings of the Royal Łazienki Museum will be made accessible to our visitors. You are requested to follow the safety rules during your visit.
The Palace on the Isle, the Old Orangery, the Myślewicki Palace, the White Pavilion, the Officer Cadets School - the exhibition "Symbols of the Baltic Freedom" and the Museum of Hunting and Horsemanship will be open from Tuesdays to Thursday between 10.00 and 16.00, and from Friday to Sunday between 10.00 and 18.00.
From 4 to 9 May all the buildings will be open to visitors free of charge.
Only individual tours are possible. A limited number of visitors can stay in a building at one time: in the Palace on the Isle – up to 15 visitors, in the Old Orangery – up to 20 visitors, in the White Pavilion – up to 10 visitors, in the Myślewicki Palace – up to 10 visitors, in the Officer Cadets School – up to 5 visitors, in the Museum of Hunting and Horsemanship – up to 10 persons.
Visits are also restricted in time: the Palace on the Isle – 30 minutes, the Old Orangery – 30 minutes, the White Pavilion – 20 minutes, the Myślewicki Palace – 25 minutes, the Officer Cadets School – 20 minutes, the Museum of Hunting and Horsemanship – 30 minutes.
Entrance tickets are available at the cash desks in the Officer Cadets School and the Old Orangery.
Keep a distance of at least two metres from others;
You are required to cover you nose and mouth;
Do not touch you eyes, mouth and nose;
Follow protective rules when sneezing or coughing;
Avoid contact with shared touchable surfaces;
Avoid payments in cash, use payment cards.
Remember, if you are seek or not feeling well, do not enter a museum facility as you may expose other visitors to risk. If you are quarantined, do not leave your home. This is not a good time to have a tour.