The Illuminated Carousel
Designed to capture truly regal splendour, this carousel – with hundreds of warm flickering lights enlivened by cool glows – perfectly completes this year’s Royal Garden of Light.
Its creators made it shine subtly even as it stands still on autumn and winter evenings. As soon as a visitor’s hand sets it in motion, it lights up radiantly – powered by more than 25,000 environmentally-friendly light-emitting diodes. This means you can single-handedly brighten up the Palace gardens! The Palace carousel and its illuminated swan-shaped seats will serve as the perfect set for an unrivalled wintry photo shoot. It is worth noting that the swan motif refers to both the ancient myth of Leda and the famous Wilanów fountain.
This stunning novelty would not be complete without the unique luminous pralines bearing the emblem of Rafaello, the exhibition’s patron. Their presence will bring back the most beautiful childhood memories, prompting visitors to capture the moment by taking a photo together.
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(helpline operates daily from 5 October 2020 to 28 February 2021 between 4.00 p.m. and 9.00 p.m., except for: 1 November, 24 and 31 December 2020)
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