Xawery Dunikowski was a Polish sculptor, painter and pedagogue. In the Krolikarnia Palace there is a museum showing his works. There are also exhibitions of contemporary and early sculptures.
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We do not offer guided tours in this museum. Contact the museum administration if you would like to book an internal museum guide.
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Sculptures are exhibited in the open air around Krolikarnia Park. There is no entrance fee for the park and it is open all day.
There is no online booking system in this museum
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Why do we recommend the museum?
We recommend this museum especially to those guests who are planning a longer stay in Warsaw. It takes just under 40 minutes to get to the museum from the city centre. The sculptures outside are also interesting. The palace in which the museum is located is beautiful, so you can take a walk in beautiful surroundings.
Certainly, it is not the best museum in Warsaw, but for art lovers it is an address to remember.
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Our tips in the area
The palace with the Dunikowski Museum are relatively far from the city centre (5.2 km). We therefore recommend taking a bicycle tour to the Krolikarnia Palace and its park. This way you also get to see the less touristy Warsaw.
Both the palace and the park are barrier-free.
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