The Old Orangery

Interesting
By the Italian architect Merlini (many of whose other masterpieces adorn the Polish capital), the Old Orangery was constructed for King Stanislas II Augustus Poniatowski between 1784 and 1788. At the heart of Lazienki Park, it was formerly the setting for theatre of the Royal Court, intended to mirror the one at Versailles. Today, it houses a gallery of Polish sculptures.

Useful information

Address : 

ul. Agrykoli 1

Phone:

+48 22 621 62 41

Price:

10 pln

Opening hours

[Mon 11am-4pm, Tue-Sun 9am-6pm (Winter: 4pm)]

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