Lazienki - Royal Residence Park

Aleje Ujazdowskie, Warsaw


Lazienki Park is the largest park in the center of the Polish capital. Lazienki Park means "Baths Park" or "Royal Baths Park" in Polish.

The once royal park and palace lie on Ujazdow Avenue. This Avenue is considered to be a royal route as it links the Royal Castle with Wilanow Palace.

The park dates back to 17th century, when it was constructed as a baths park for a nobleman. In 18th century Lazienki became a royal complex with palaces, villas and monuments.

The Royal Orangery, located in the park, is a 18th century theater with extraordinaty exterior. The theatre’s interior is wooden and decorated with paintings and female statues. Royal Orangery also hosts the unique Gallery of Polish Sculpture. Other historic monument standing in Lazienki Park are White House, Myslewicki Palace, Guardhouse and Belveder.

In 1918 Lazienki became a public park. Lazienki often hosts musical and cultural events.

You can find many squirrels in Lazienki! The park is accessible 24 hours a day, however historic buildings are open from 9 am to 4pm.

read more

click on map to see in full size

Open Hours:

  • Mon

    06:00 - 19:00

  • Tue

    06:00 - 19:00

  • Wed

    06:00 - 19:00

  • Thu

    06:00 - 19:00

  • Fri

    06:00 - 19:00

  • Sat

    06:00 - 19:00

  • Sun

    06:00 - 19:00

Plan Your Visit to Warsaw


Create new trip

{{ loadingMessage }}


  • Lisa McQuery

    - 29 August 2018 -

    Most amazing and beautiful park in all of Europe! Don't miss out on exploring this amazing and truly breathtaking park! I have been all of Europe, and never expected to find the most beautiful one to be in Poland - that, I can assure you. But I was blown away by every part and square inch of the place. From the Royal Palace, to the monument dedicated to the famous (and my personal favorite) composer, Chopin, to the stunning greenery, the ponds, the ducks and of course the peacocks. If you're there as a tourist and want to get some great shots with your camera (as I did), or just want to take a leisurely stroll to get away from the noise in the city, come here. The tranquility and natural beauty will leave you refreshed, revitalized and more at peace.

  • Avin Pandey

    - 23 August 2018 -

    Best place to hangout on Sunday afternoon. Enjoy the concert at Chopin monument inside the park. Its the best venue for music, art and culture. Roam around to see green tall trees, lakes, old palaces, theatre on the water. Its a big park spread over 76 hectare. It used to be for Royal bath of the Poland's King. They officially started it as a park in 1918. You may be able to see peacocks and lot of squirrels inside.

  • Albert Ratajczak

    - 16 August 2018 -

    Beautiful park and place where you can spend hours walking, but also sitting and relaxing. Although it is located in the city, it is silent. You can meet there squirrels, which are friendly. If you have some peanuts to share with them, they will eat from your hand. Except nature there are museums and sculptures, perfect place for someone who likes art. When I visited the park, the entrance to museums was free on Thursdays (it was in August 2018).

  • Fred Kolbrener

    - 15 August 2018 -

    Very calm and relaxing place for strolling. If you have someone in a wheelchair, it can be a nightmare of uphill pushing. The university outdoor botanical garden is nicely laid out, but most parts of it are not wheelchair-friendly with small stones for paths or extremely narrow paths. There are some incredibly huge trees in the garden of various varieties. The park area also has numerous shade-bearing trees. A very nice place to stroll except for the elevation change.

  • Daniel Hammond

    - 14 August 2018 -

    This is such a nice park that I feel like it's a must-see for tourists. The statues that are all around the park are amazing, the lake, the buildings, everything! And then there are the squirrels too who come close and eat out of your hand. You can also find cafes where you can drink a hot or cold beverage. I recommend visiting this park if you're in Warsaw.

  • Walking Civil War

    - 03 August 2018 -

    This place is amazing. Such a pleasure to walk around these grounds. I am very much a fan of Frederic Chopin so I appreciated the monument to him.

  • João Victor Pontes

    - 28 July 2018 -

    This park is inside the main area of Warsaw and is a very nice choice for those who want to enjoy some moments more close to the nature and see beautiful landscapes. It is very big and it has many different areas and trails to walk around. There also some buildings spreaded around the park like the palace over the water and a small Chinese inspired area. It is very well situated in Warsaw and very easy to access because there are bus lines and also a subway station (Politechnika) just a few minutes walking to one of the main entrances of the park.

  • Nidhi Gupta

    - 24 June 2018 -

    Being a Sunday, the park was quite crowded. There were lot of families enjoying the weekend. Families with pregnant women and young kids were in abundance. And in between all this, there was a pre-wedding shoot too going on. After spending time walking around and watching the sculptures, we decided to Laze around in the lawns. We saw a lot of people having waffles and ice cream, so we also decided to have some. Mind you, eating waffle, without messing up hands and face, is an art I am yet to learn.

  • Monika Abbas

    - 07 June 2018 -

    It's a wonderful big park with lots of trees, squirrels, birds and any types of plants. The only downside of it could be that it does get crowded. It's a fully fledged PARK, so it's a place for walking, enjoying nature, snogging if you like. There's even a palace there with peacocks and live piano concerts on Sundays and a cafe if you get tired. No better place in Warsaw for a leisurely walk on a beautiful day

  • Lloyd De Jongh

    - 28 May 2018 -

    This park in Warsaw is a genuine treasure. Besides the various museums, music recitals, royal buildings and artifacts of history, just taking a stroll and taking in the sights, smells and colours of nature in this gorgeous green garden is a treat. If you are able, take in a relaxing mini-concert featuring Bach, Chopin, Mozart or De Bussy - whatever is playing. Many are free open-air recitals. Bring your camera, comfy shoes and plenty of time to just soak in the atmosphere of this tranquil space in the middle of Warsaw.

Lazienki - Royal Residence Park tours

Afternoon Warsaw City Tour

Tour the beautiful city of Warsaw in a comfortable 18-passenger air-conditioned coach. Relax and enjoy a small-group tour for a more personalized experience and feel the spirit of the city as the best professional guides take you around historic places of interest. On this 3-hour scheduled sightseeing...

Evening Warsaw City Tour with Beer Tasting

A daily schedule-based sightseeing tour of Warsaw, including a visit in Łazienki Park. A trip to be remembered. Tour the beautiful city of Warsaw in our air conditioned 18-passenger coaches. Relax and enjoy the comfort of sightseeing in a small group. Our professional guides will take you around to...

Private 3-, 5-, or 7-Hour Warsaw Tour by Car

Choose one of comfortable tours by car and minimise walking distances. Get fascinated with Warsaw listening to stories narrated by our guides. We pick up and drive you back to your hotel or every other place of the city chosen by you.

Warsaw City Sightseeing in a Retro Bus

Visit the major landmarks of the city on a 2,5-hour retro bus tour. A live guide on board comments on the sights you pass and tells you more on a walk in the Old Town, Royal Park Łazienki or in the Palace of Culture and Science. You travel by a retro bus called Jelcz "Cucumber" - an iconic communist...

Green Warsaw Bike Tour

Forget walking, forget traffic, get on a bike! Feel the wind in your hair and see twice as much as on a regular tour. If you’re looking for an active way of visiting the city suitable for all people, regardless of their physical ability, bike is the answer.

Warsaw City Sightseeing in a Retro Bus for Groups

Start your group tour by being picked up from your accommodation. Your guide comes to pick up your group in a retro bus Jelcz "Cucumber". On this 3-hour tour live narration by the guide allows you to know the fascinating history of Warsaw.

{{ loadingMessage }}