Join us and see the exhibition devoted to six residences, which together form the international ‘Gardens of Light’ project.

These are: The Prince Pückler Park in Bad Muskau in Germany, the Tsarskoye Selo Museum in Saint Petersburg in Russia, the Prince Kung’s Mansion in Beijing in China and the Château de Lunéville in France, the Frederiksborg Castle in Hillerød in Denmark and the Royal Łazienki Museum in Warsaw

The exhibition presents the rich architecture of the residences and the beauty of their historic gardens. The main aim of the ‘Gardens of Light’ project is to promote the style of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries featuring harmony of nature and art.

The exhibition will also showcase the most interesting events held as part of the ‘Gardens of Light’. The first project taking place in all the partner residences in 2017 is the Winter Evening of Light, that is evening strolls with lanterns combined with atmospheric illuminations of the gardens and historic buildings. The next joint events scheduled for 2017 include: The International Music Day, the ‘Sphere of Silence’ Festival and the Lanterns Festival (formerly Festival of Light).

Visitors are invited to the ‘Gardens of Light’ exhibition in the Open-Air Gallery in Ujazdowskie Avenue in Warsaw from 1 to 20 February 2017.