Gardens Rules

We are pleased that you have decided to visit us and we wish you an enjoyable stay on the premises of the Royal Łazienki. For the sake of your safety and for the preservation of nature, the art works and architecture as well as for the comfort of other visitors, you are requested to comply with the present Rules.


1. Admission to the Garden is free of charge.
2. The Garden is open to the public every day during the hours specified by the Museum and provided on the Museum’s website under "Opening Hours" (zwiedzanie/godziny-otwarcia). The Museum may restrict the opening times of the Garden.
3. The Museum’s Garden and buildings are monitored 24 hours a day.
4. Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by adults in the Garden.
5. Entering the Garden is tantamount to accepting the Garden Rules.
6. The Museum shall not be held liable for any incidents resulting from non-compliance with the Garden Rules.
7. It is not permitted to stay in the Garden during storms, squalls and strong winds. 8. The Museum has the right to ban visitors from entering the entire Garden or certain areas, in particular those under the treetops. In case of any hazard, dangerous areas in the Garden are fenced off with signalling and warning tape, usually in red and white colour, and a notice board is displayed. Walkers are banned from the designated danger zone.
9. In the Garden, visitors should walk along the designated alleys. They may, at their own risk, stay outside the area of the alleys, but this does not apply to the places specified in point 8 above.


1. The Museum and the Garden are protected by the Internal Security Service, which operates on the basis of the Act of 22 August 1997 on the Protection of Persons and Property (consolidated text of 2021, item 1995 as amended).
2. Visitors are obliged to follow the instructions of the Museum’s Internal Security Service staff and the Museum’s staff in charge, also in matters not covered by the Garden Rules.
3. Persons who disturb the peace and order and do not comply with the Garden Rules may be required to leave the Garden. In such a case, no reimbursement will be made for the cost of admission tickets to the Museum’s buildings or the cost of tickets for admission to events held in the Garden and in the Museum’s facilities.
4. The Museum is not responsible for items left by visitors in the Garden.


1. The Royal Łazienki Park is a historic Garden of great historical value. Be careful.

It is not allowed to:

  • destroy plants, undergrowth, lawns, pick flowers, fruit, mushrooms, branches;
  • climb trees;
  • hang hammocks, swings and other equipment on trees and bushes;
  • enter ponds, canals and other water reservoirs;
  • step on the ice on water reservoirs;
  • come with animals – with the exception of guide dogs and assistance dogs;
  • fish;
  • camp;
  • in the case of designated natural monuments: lying down is not allowed; the protection zone is 15 m.


1. The Royal Łazienki Park is a historic Garden of great historical value.

It is not allowed to:

  • damage buildings, sculptures, benches, rubbish bins;
  • enter and sit on statues, monuments, balustrades, cornices and other places not intended for this purpose;
  • drink alcohol outside designated places (restaurants, cafés, other places designated by the Museum);
  • litter;
  • light and use fire, including barbecues and bonfires;
  • disturb other visitors to the Garden in resting and sightseeing, disturb the silence;
  • feed animals in the vicinity of historic buildings and structures.


1. Respect the wild animals as the Garden is their home. Always be careful when dealing with animals. 

It is not allowed to:

  • feed the animals with food with added salt or sugar, e.g. bread, biscuits, crisps, puffs, meal leftovers;
  • move and destroy bird nests, anthills and burrows;
  • chase and frighten animals, throw objects at them;
  • inflict pain and suffering on them; animals must not be teased;
  • touch animals, especially squirrels, peacocks, foxes and small rodents.

2. If you are scratched or bitten by an animal, contact the Museum Guard and a doctor immediately.


1. It is not allowed to:

  • enter the Garden with animals;
  • bring and abandon animals.

2. Exception:

  • Guide dogs, assistance dogs and dogs in training to be a guide and assistance can enter the Garden with a guardian. At the request of a Museum employee, the dog's guardian is obliged to present a certificate confirming the status of a guide or assistance dog.


1. In the Garden it is not allowed to:

  • ride bicycles and scooters, use roller skates, inline skates, skateboards, etc;
  • play ball or sports where something is thrown, kicked or bounced, etc.

2. In the Garden you can:

  • individually run and play sports without using any balls, frisbees, darts or other equipment that is thrown, bounced or kicked, etc.;
  • organise sports events for larger groups, but only with the Museum’s permission.


1. Photography and filming is permitted on the terms set out in the Rules of Photography (regulamin-fotografowania-i-filmowania).
2. The Museum shall not be liable for any infringement by third parties of the personal rights of visitors, including damage caused by the recording and use of their image.


1. The Museum’s consent is required for:

  • organising public assemblies and fund-raising;
  • organising events, conducting business, placing advertisements and notices;
  • sports other than individual running, other than in organised groups, and individual practice, other than in organised groups, of sports without the use of sports equipment that temporarily may be beyond the user’s control (e.g. football, volleyball, frisbee);
  • entry of motor vehicles;
  • staying in the Garden outside visiting hours;
  • flying drones and other devices over the entire Museum site, i.e. over the Garden and the facilities of the Museum, including buildings.

2. To obtain the consent referred to in point 1, please:


1. The Garden of the Royal Łazienki Museum in Warsaw ("the Garden") is a monument entered in the Register of Historic Monuments (2/1, 1965-07-01) and on the list of Monuments of History (Disposition of the President of the Republic of Poland of 8 September 1994; Monitor Polski 1994 No. 50, item 423). It is subject to legal protection in accordance with the Act of 23 July 2003 on the Protection and Care of Historical Monuments (consolidated text: Journal of Laws of 2022, item 840, as amended), the Act of 16 April 2004 on Nature Conservation (consolidated text: Journal of Laws of 2022, item 916, as amended), the Act of 21 August 1997 on Animal Protection (consolidated text: Journal of Laws 2022, item 572 as amended) and other generally applicable provisions of law.
2. These Garden Rules have been issued pursuant to the provisions of the Statute of the Royal Łazienki Museum in Warsaw (hereinafter "the Museum"), granted by the Order of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage (Official Gazette of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of 22 December 2017, item 92).

We will appreciate any comments relating to your visit and we remain open to any remarks or suggestions. Please email us at: or send us a letter to: Muzeum Łazienki Królewskie w Warszawie, ul. Agrykola 1, 00-460 Warszawa.