Wilanow Palace also known as ‘Wilanowski Palace’ is a royal palace in Warsaw, Poland. It was built by King John III Sobieski who died the year the building was completed. After his death, the palace was passed on to his sons and became the home of kings and state women over the following centuries.in the early 19th century its occupant opened a museum in an area of the palace, which is still open today. The baroque palace survived the wars and has become one of Poland's Historic Monuments.
The only way to get to the palace by public transport is by taking the bus, take the 519 from the city centre or 116 and 118 from the Old Town area. The city's metro tram system stops 3 miles away, so is not really a sensible option.
Opening Times and Admission
The palace is open to visitors from 9.30am-4pm in winter months and 9.30am-6pm in the summer months.