Poland
Rogalin Palace

Famous for its art collection and a centuries-old oak park, this 18th-century residence is an epitome of Polish aristocratic taste and a paradise for nature and art lovers alike. Read more

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Visit Rogalin Palace in 2024

Discover the enchanting Rogalin Palace in Poland, where history, art, and nature harmonize in a serene setting. Situated near the city of Poznań, Rogalin Palace was built in the 18th century and is one of the most significant examples of Baroque architecture in Poland. It is primarily famous for being the residence of the Raczynski family, whose influence on Polish culture and politics was substantial. The palace hosts an impressive art gallery that includes works by renowned painters such as Rembrandt.
One of the most stunning features of the palace grounds is its oak park. Home to some of Europe's oldest oak trees, many of which are over 400 years old, the park is a living testament to the passage of time and is often cited as a natural monument. The palace also features a carriage house that offers a look into the luxurious lifestyle of the past.
In addition to the art collection and natural beauty, the palace's architectural features, such as intricate frescoes and stunning chapel interiors, are a feast for the eyes. The residence has been meticulously restored, allowing visitors to step back in time and experience the grandeur of Poland’s aristocratic past.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Rogalin Palace

Raczynski Art Gallery

Browse an exclusive collection of European art, including masterpieces by renowned artists.

Centuries-Old Oak Park

Walk amid some of Europe's oldest oaks, with some trees dating back over 400 years.

Chapel of St. Marcelin

An on-site chapel with awe-inspiring interiors serves as a serene space for reflection.

Carriage House

Visit the carriage house to see antique horse-drawn carriages that evoke the opulence of bygone eras.

The Orangery

This beautifully preserved greenhouse is home to exotic plants and serves as a quiet retreat.

The Mausoleum

This imposing structure is the final resting place of key members of the Raczynski family.

Rogalin Village

Nearby Rogalin Village offers local cuisine and craft shops, providing an authentic Polish experience.

Warta River Bank

Enjoy leisurely strolls along the Warta River, which flows beside the palace grounds.

Seasonal Events

From art exhibitions to music concerts, the palace hosts several events throughout the year.

Guided Tours

Opt for a guided tour to gain deep insights into the history, art, and architecture of the palace.

What else to visit
In and around Rogalin Palace

Poznań (19.76 km)

Poznan is a dynamic city full of history and modern energy, where traditional Polish hospitality and cosmopolitan atmosphere meet. Creative food, rich history and colourful architecture - that's Poznan!

Christ the King Swiebodzin (94.6 km)

Behold the towering Christ the King statue in Świebodzin, Poland—a colossal symbol of faith and an awe-inspiring landmark that dominates the skyline.

Lubin (104.11 km)

Lubin, a vibrant town nestled in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship of western Poland, beckons with tales of history, industry, and cultural pride. A harmonious blend of past achievements and contemporary verve makes this city a fascinating Polish gem.

Bydgoszcz (122.62 km)

Bydgoszcz, situated on the Brda and Vistula rivers, is a city that seamlessly blends picturesque landscapes with significant cultural and industrial landmarks. Often referred to as the "Venice of Poland," its waterways and historic charm.

Wroclaw (125.08 km)

Wroclaw, known as the "Venice of Poland", is a city with a rich history, stunning architecture and many islands and bridges. This charming city is world famous for its colourful buildings and hundreds of little bronze dwarfs.

Grodziec Castle (142.55 km)

Perched atop a basalt hill in Lower Silesia, Poland, Grodziec Castle is a captivating blend of medieval architecture and natural splendor. A fortress with a 1000-year-old history, this castle is a living museum of war, romance, and royalty.

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