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Palace on the Isle (Museum)

Price Royal Route | Entrance: 7 €
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Palace on the Isle (Museum)

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The Palace on the Isle is the centrepiece of the Royal Lazienki Park. We recommend including the royal private residence during a visit to the park. The interiors are quickly visited and make the overall impression of the whole complex more interesting.

This is a touristic overview of the museum. For a detailed description please click the button below.

Guided tour with us

Price without tickets
50 €
75 minutes
Max group size
+48 507 980 921 (mob/Whatsapp/SMS)
+48 22 408 47 85 (Festn)

For booking and further details please click the box below.

Website of the museum

This museum is located in the Palace on the Isle, for which we prepared a separate overview.

Admission prices

The ticket entitles you to enter the Palace on the Isle, the Old Orangery, the White Pavilion, the Myslewicki Palace and the Officer cadets school. All objects are within a radius of 300 metres.

Free of charge
30 PLN
15 PLN
Normal with audioguide
33 PLN
Reduced with audioguide
18 PLN
Children, pupils and students (till 26)
ISIC card (till 26)
Warsaw Pass

The Warsaw Pass is a combo tourist ticket | Learn more here |

E-ticket on website of museum

The museum does not have an online booking system. You can book tickets in advance by phone or email (except on Friday).

Topic of the exhibition
Private apartments of the last king of Poland Stanislaw August Poniatowski
Space and time
Warsaw in the second half of the 18th century
In the Warsaw touristic area?
Yes | Royal Route
+48 504 243 783
Agrykola 1, 00-460 Warszawa
How to get
Tourist line 180 stops at the top of the park; "Lazienki-Krolewskie" stop | No tram or metro nearby | The park has very good cycling connections
Opening hours
Tue - Sun | 10am - 4:30pm
Last entrance
30 minutes before closing
Yes | English
Internal museum guides
Duration of private visit
45 minutes
Language of the descriptions
Polish and English
Payment methods
Cash and card payment

Why doe recommend this museum?

The Palace on the Isle has a very long history and tradition. Moreover, it is a personal project of the last King of Poland Stanislaw August Poniatowski.

It is very controversial whether King Poniatowski was a successful king. However, his achievements and accomplishments in the fields of art, culture and architecture were undisputed. And this very palace is the best example of his outstanding sensitivity to the fine arts.

The palace was badly damaged, but the building fabric has been preserved. The reconstruction has been outstandingly successful. One could even think that the palace had remained untouched for centuries.


Short description

The palace has two floors. Downstairs are the reception rooms for the guests. On the upper floor are the private rooms of the king and his valet. You can visit all the rooms on your own. We recommend buying a museum brochure that describes and explains the individual elements, otherwise it is “just” another summer residence of a king.

On the ground floor there are 11 smaller and larger rooms. On the first floor there is a division into two parts. The northern part belonged to the valet, while the southern part belonged to the king.

Find out a little about the history of the Palace on the Isle and the whole park beforehand. Only then can you get the most out of a visit to the palace.

Our tips in the area

Free Chopin concerts | 100 m |

From May to the end of September, free Chopin concerts are held every Sunday at the monument to the piano virtuoso. The palace is located in the lower part of the park, while the Chopin monument is at the top.

Additional features

There is only one café in the park (mostly overcrowded) and a kind of kiosk. We therefore recommend taking water and something to drink with you.

– Dogs are not allowed in the park, even if leashed.

Be sure to buy an information booklet at the checkout. These little booklets are really helpful.


The park and the palace are barrier-free, but the slope is relatively steep, which can be a bit of a hassle when it rains, as long as wheelchairs are involved. So be careful.

Royal Route | Entrance: 7 €


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