The Museum of Hunting and Horsemanship - Tickets

Entrance tickets are available at the cash desks in the Palace on the Isle, the Myślewicki Palace, the Old Orangery, the Officer Cadets School and the Museum of Hunting and Horsemanship.

Booking:

e-mail: RezerwacjeMLiJ@lazienki-krolewskie.pl
phone: (+48) lub 518 684 215

Thursdays – admission free, only individual visits (no guided tours available), no reservations.

THE MUSEUM OF HUNTING AND HORSEMANSHIP


Adult                                                                    10 PLN

Reduced                                                               5 PLN

Children and students under 26                         1 PLN

 

The Museum can also be visited with a pass, which entitles guests to see: the Palace on the Isle, the Old Orangery with the Royal Theatre, the Myślewicki Palace and the Cantonists’ Barracks.

PASSES

Type of pass full reduced Museum for "one zloty"children and students under 26
One day pass

GTS/audio guide
PLN 40

inclusive
PLN 25

inclusive
PLN 3

PLN 5, PLN 12

The following persons are entitled to a reduced admission fee to the Museum:

1) Learners of schools within the educational system, students of higher schools for social care workers, students and doctoral students;
2) School learners, students and doctoral students being citizens of member states of the European Union, the Swiss Confederation and member states of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) – parties to the agreement on the European Economic Area;
3) Learners of schools run by social organizations outside Poland and registered in the database maintained by a competent unit subordinated to the minister in charge of matters of education, during the period of study of the Polish language, history, geography and culture of Poland or other subjects taught in the Polish language, however not longer than until the age of 18;
4) Learners of schools operating within the educational systems of other states during the period of study of the Polish language, history, geography and culture of Poland or other subjects taught in the Polish language, however not longer than until the age of 18;
5) Learners of Polish sections existing within schools operating within educational systems of other states, however not longer than until the age of 18;
6) Learners of European schools operating under the Convention Defining the Statute of the European Schools done at Luxembourg on 21 June 1994 (Journal of Laws of 2005, item 10) studying the Polish language, history, geography and culture of Poland or other subjects taught in the Polish language, however not longer than until the age of 18;
7) Persons of over 65 years old, retired persons, disability pensioners, social aid pensioners as well as disabled persons with their carers being citizens of member states of the European Union, the Swiss Confederation and member states of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) – parties to the agreement on the European Economic Area;
8) Teachers:
a) of schools and establishments within the educational system, juvenile detention centres and juvenile shelters,
b) schools operating in member states of the European Union, the Swiss Confederation and member states of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) – parties to the agreement on the European Economic Area;
c) schools run by social organizations outside Poland and registered in the database maintained by a competent unit subordinated to the minister in charge of matters of education;
d) teachers of the Polish language, history, geography, Polish culture or other subjects taught in the Polish language at:
- schools functioning within the educational systems of other states,
- Polish sections functioning within educational systems of other states,
- European schools operating under the Convention Defining the Statute of the European Schools done at Luxembourg on 21 June 1994;
9) Natural persons decorated with the medal "For the Contribution to the Preservation of Monuments" (Za opiekę nad zabytkami), the honorary medal for "Distinguished Cultural Service" (Zasłużony działacz kultury), honorary medal for Distinguished Service for Polish Culture (Zasłużony dla Kultury Polskiej) or awarded with the honorary title of "Distinguished Service for the National Culture" (Zasłużony dla Kultury Narodowej);
10) Ex-servicemen:
11) Students from outside the European Union holding the ISIC student cards.

The following persons are entitled to free admission to the Museum:

1) Natural persons decorated with the Order of the White Eagle, the War Order of Virtuti Militari, the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland, the Medal for Merit to Culture – Gloria Artis;
2) Employees of museums entered into the State Register of Museums;
3) Members of the International Council of Museums (ICOM) or the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS);
4) Holders of the Pole’s Card referred to in the act dated 7 September 2007 on Pole’s Card (Journal of Laws of 2014 item 1187, of 2015 item 1274, of 2016 item 753 and 2066 and of 2017 item 60);
5) Children aged up to 7 years.