White Pavilion

  ul. Agrykoli 1 ,   City Centre          (+48) 22 506 00 28     22 May 2024

This small villa at Łazienki was built in 1774, and was the first building King Stanisław August had erected on the grounds. Originally meant to be his summer residence, evidence suggests that the King's sisters actually took up lodging here more than he did. Escaping WWII unscathed, the villa largely retains its original layout, lushly painted decor and period furnishings, and boasts a unique two-level roof terrace.

The White Pavilion, Warsaw's Royal Łazienki Park.

On the ground floor the Gallery of Prints displays selections from Ovid's 'Metamorphoses' - part of the King's personal collection of 4300 prints, from which only about half survive today.

The Gallery of Prints in Łazienki's White Pavilion.

The building is open to the public from the beginning of May to the end of November only.
Average visiting time: 20mins.


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Price/Additional Info

Combined ticket allows entrance to main attractions, 40/20zł; kids under 7, free; students under 26, 1zł; Fri free.


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