Wilanów Palace or Wilanowski Palace is an imperial castle situated in the Wilanów locale, Warsaw. Wilanów Palace endure Poland's parcels and both World Wars, thus fills in as a token of the way of life of the Polish state as it was before. It is one of Poland's most significant landmarks. The Palace's exhibition hall, set up in 1805, is a store of the nation's imperial and masterful legacy and gets around 3 million guests yearly. The royal residence and park in Wilanów have social occasions and shows, incorporating Summer Royal Concerts in the Rose Garden and the International Summer Early Music Academy. The royal residence, together with different components of Warsaw Old Town, is one of Poland's legitimate national Historic Monuments, as assigned September 16, 1994.
Address: Stanisława Kostki Potockiego 10/16, 02-958 Warszawa
Visiting Hours: 09:30 am 06:00 pm (last admission: 05:00 pm.)
Entry Fees: Tickets for Route 1
Adults 25 $ and Reduced price is 20$
Tickets for Route 2 (Princess Marshall Lubomirska's Apartments, Chinese and Hunter's Rooms) cost 15 and 10 for reduced-price tickets.
A combination ticket is available every day except Thursdays and costs 35 or 25. Tickets for the special exhibition cost 10 or 7.
Reduced prices apply to schoolchildren, including high school students, students of EU universities, visitors from the EU who over the age of 65,
EU visitors who are disabled (and one companion), teachers from the EU, and war veterans. Free entry applies to members of ICOM, holders of the Pole’s Card, and children under the age of 7.
Phone: +48 22 544 27 00