The Office of the Niepodległa Program in cooperation with the Royal Łazienki Museum invites you to discover art while enjoying a walk in the Gardens. When strolling down the winding lanes of the most beautiful gardens in Warsaw, you will have a chance to find large-format reproductions of portraits from the Museum's collection.
During the 30-year reign (1764-1795), Stanisław August collected paintings, sculptures, prints, and European numismatics and Polish artists. A work of art in the architecture of Łazienki Królewskie created a work, with time - according to the royal idea from 1792 - it became the first public museum. Stanisław August did not treat fine arts as a beautiful decoration of his residence. Painting, sculpture, and architecture were part of a political agenda. Fine arts are "to shape the spiritual culture of the nation," and thus do the same.
The mobile application will help you for searching artworks on an interactive map, collecting them and discovering the stories behind them.
At the end of the walk you will receive a discounted coffee and a prize in Niepodległa. Miejsce Spotkań - a cultural venue located in the so-called Old Tea Shop.