The museum at the Wilanów palace is the oldest Polish museum of art. It was established in 1805, on the initiative of the then-current owners of the palace, Aleksandra Potocka and Stanisław Kostka Potocki. Subsequent owners, members of the Potocki and Branicki families, maintained continuous public access to art collections at Wilanów.
‘Studia Wilanowskie’ is an annual published since 1977 by the Museum of King Jan III’s Palace at Wilanów, financed from its own funds. The principal aim of the paper is to systematically publish documentational, academic and scientific texts which are directly or indirectly related to the Wilanów Palace, its residents and its environment...
Since 1995, the institutions in charge of the most prestigious Palace Museums in Europe have come together to form the European Royal Residences Network. The Association of European Royal Residences (ARRE) have been created since 2001. Wilanów Palace Museum joined ARRE in 2006.
- Collection of biscuits
- Cabinet furniture - conservation
- Ceremonial Hanging
- European and Oriental laquerware
- The Mystery of One Painting
- Royal Carriages
- Microbiology in the museum
- Restoration of the palace façades, 2003 - 2008
- Useful knowledge... Caring for the palace and its art collections
- Conservation of a unique Nanban table from the Wilanów collection
- The unusual history of a unique 17th century Lacquered Shield
- Operational Program Digital Poland: Project “www.muzeach” (In museums) (2019-2022)
- Project "Restoration and protection of the symbol of the Polish cultural heritage..." (2017-2019)
- Project “Social education in the conflict between urbanisation and ecology..." (2014-2016)
- Project "Revitalisation and digitalisation of Wilanów..." (2014-2015)
- Project "Revitalization and digitalization of the 17th century palace and garden complex in Wilanow – 3rd stage" (2009-2011)
- Project "Restoration of interiors of Poland's first museum of art - the Museum Palace in Wilanów" (2005-2007)