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We took the train to Mosina and then realised there were no taxis, but luckily an uber was available for the 15 minute trip to the palace (around 7 kilometres we were told).
Tour numbers are limited in the palace, so on arrival we immediately...More
The art gallery is very very good. Some excellent examples of top tier Polish painters including several fine works by Wyspianski. Unfortunately we were not able to tour the palace as there was a large student group and the denied us entry - too bad...More
Compared to Kornik castle Rogalin Palace is not worth at all.Management can not organize sightseeing.On midday is impossible to buy a ticket.I asked for it at the box office they told me I must be in a group and they did not predict that day...More
Date of experience: May 2017
Management response:Responded 26 July 2017
Due to the value of the interiors, the Palace is visited under supervision of the Museum staff in groups of up to 25 people. Organised tourist parties are split into smaller groups and allowed in at 15-minute intervals. Individual tourists are allowed in groups of...More
Make sure you visit the London studio gallery. Here you can see the family tree and so many beautiful oil portraits of family members. The grounds are majestic and the palace is very attractive, although not over whelming.
The palace is beautiful, rich in Polish history. Rooms are magnificent, décor, detail depicting everyday living. Audio tour is very informative and well presented. The grounds surrounding the palace are well kept and also worth visiting. Nearby park contains one of the oldest oak trees...More
A unique place in Poland where you can see not only the beautiful exteriors with palace, english and french style parks but also a detailed reconstruction of everyday life on the verge of WW2. Usually such interiors where victims of war activities and here they...More
Among all castles we have visited in Poznan area this one is definitely the best one, even in winter. Audioguide in English is really good and nice length. Every piece of decor is in its place. Gives you are a true taste of atmosphere. The...More
Did not go into the palace on this occasion, but looks stunning from the outside. The gardens are free to wander round, some of the views are stunning. Parking is free. Will certainly have to go back again.