Wilanow Palace located on the street Stanislaus Kostka Potocki 10 in Warsaw. It is one of the finest examples of Baroque architecture in Poland. Its construction lasted from 1723 to 1729 years, and the author of the project was Augustine Locci, who worked with King John III Sobieski. The building is characterized by a typically baroque facade in bright colors with gold ornaments. Originally, the palace served as the suburban residence of the magnate, In time added to it two wings. Over the years he changed the owner of the palace, passing from hand to hand aristocratic families. In 1805 there opened a public museum, which belong to submit art collections of European and Far East as well as on Polish history. Currently, you can visit the Museum of the Palace of King John III and the Poster Museum. In the summer, you can visit the museum from Monday to Friday. Ticket prices are 20 and 15 respectively. Remember that Thursday is free admission for individual tourists. Separately, you can visit the park Wilanowski, which is open only in season wiesennym and summer, and the building of the Orangery, where temporary exhibitions are organized. The palace is located not far from the nature reserve Morysin, so you should plan your day trips to the vicinity of Wilanow.