The Royal Łazienki Museum, the summer residence of King Stanislaw August, is an extraordinary and magic place situated in the very hearth of Warsaw and open to visitors year-round from morning till evening.
A combination of classical architecture and rich natural surroundings creating fascinating gardens is what makes the Royal Łazienki Park so beautiful. Among the pearls of the residence is, among others, the Palace on the Isle, the Amphitheatre or the Old Orangery housing the Royal Theatre. The historical Garden Museum covers 76 hectares and is composed of three gardens, differing in style: The Royal Garden, the Belvedere Garden and the Modernist Garden.
The Royal Łazienki Museum is not just beautiful interiors and space but also unique art collections among which one may find works by many notable artists. The Royal Łazienki is a place full of architectural richness and an outstanding fruition of the idea of the Enlightenment where high culture meets with enchanting nature.