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Royal Castle (Zamek Królewski)

The interior decoration features salvaged works of art and elements of furnishings from the old Castle. Worth seeing are also Rembrandt's paintings.

pl. Zamkowy 4 (map)
tel. +48 22 355 51 70
www.zamek-krolewski.pl
Zamek Królewski
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The former residence of Polish kings and the seat of the Sejm of the Two Nations Republic. The classicist era marked the castle’s heyday in the 18th century, during the reign of King Stanisław August Poniatowski. Destroyed during World War II by the Nazis, the palace has been restored thanks to the efforts of the entire nation; the interior decoration features salvaged works of art from the old Castle. Worth seeing are the Great and the Royal Suite with the Great, the Throne and Canaletto Halls (featuring 22 original paintings by Bernard Belloto called Canaletto), the Senators Hall, in which the Constitution of May 3 passed in 1791 is exhibited, along with Rembrandt's paintings "Girl in the Picture Frame" and "Scholar at the Desk”.
The Kubicki Arcades (Arkady Kubickiego) exhibit archaeological objects and manor lodgings. The Pod Blachą Palace (Pałac pod Blachą) presents a unique collection of eastern rugs from the Teresa Sahakian Foundation collection.

Opening hours:

Castle Route: exhibition The Castle - From Destruction to Reconstruction,The Lanckoroński Collection (Rembrandt's Paintings, Gallery of Paintings, Sculpture and the Decorative Arts),The Great Apartment, The  King's Apartment, The Four Seasons' Gallery, The New Deputies' Chamber, The Senators' Chamber, The New Deputies' Chamber, The Matejko Rooms and The Numismatic Cabinet.

2 May - 30 September: Mon - Wed, Fri-Sat 10 am 6 pm, Thr 10 am 8 pm, Sun 11am - 6 pm 

1 October - 30 April: Tue - Sat 10am - 4 pm, Sun 11 am - 4 pm

The Kubicki Arcades - exhibitions

2 May - 30 September: Mon - Sat 10 am - 6 pm, Sun 11am - 6 pm 

1 October - 30 April: Tue - Sat 10 am - 5 pm, Sun 11am - 5 pm 

The Tin-Roofed Palace: Apartment of Prince Joseph Poniatowski

2 May - 30 September: Mon - Sat 10 am - 6 pm, Sun 11am - 6 pm 

1 October - 30 April: Tue - Sat 10 am - 4 pm, Sun 11am - 4 pm

The Kubicki Arcades and The Royal Gardens  are open until 8 pm in summer season (2 May - 30 September) and until 5 pm in the period 1 October - 30 April 

Admission:

Castle Route: regular - 30 PLN, reduced - 20 PLN, children under the age of 16 - 1 PLN, family ticket - 15 PLN/person
Sundays - admission free (route is shorter)
Temporary exhibition in Kubicki Arkades and historical tunnel: admission free
Tin-Roofed Palace: regular - 15 PLN, reduced - 10 PLN, children under the age of 16 - 1 PLN, family ticket - 10  PLN/person, on Sundays admission free
Numismatic Cabinet: ticket for Castle Route or separate regular - 7 PLN, reduced - 5 PLN, children under the age of 16 - 1 PLN, family ticket - 5 PLN/person,  on Sunday closed

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