Frédéric François Chopin was a Polish composer and virtuoso pianist of the Romantic era who wrote primarily for solo piano. He has maintained worldwide renown as a leading musician of his era, whose poetic genius was based on a professional technique that was without equal in his generation. Visit Żelazowa Wola the birthplace of Chopin with modern museum exhibition in the composer's house. Take a music trail in the mansion garden. Discover the biggest museum of the musician's memorabilia in one of the most modern and interactive museums in Warsaw and take an obligatory photo with Warsaw's Chopin Monument in Royal Baths Park.
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Up to 30 days*
Pick up from your hotel/hostel in Warsaw by our tour guide and coach. Transfer to Żelazowa Wola village. Sightseeing of Chopin's Birth Place Museum. Return to Warsaw, possible lunch break. Sightseeing of Frederic's Chopin Museum in Ostrogskich Palace. Transfer to Royal Baths Park, photo session by Chopin's Monument. Return to your hotel or free time in Royal Baths. After the day's program there is possibility to arrange additional Chopin's music concert on request.
Żelazowa Wola – a small village approximately 53 kilometres from Warsaw. It is a birthplace of Frédéric Chopin. Today it is a modern division of Frédéric Chopin Museum. Each year tourists form all over the world visit Chopin’s birthplace and Żelazowa Wola Park. The museum was modernised in 2010. A vast number of exhibits was replaced with a tale. An audio-guide takes you through both the house and the park.
Chopin Museum is situated in Ostrogski Palace. The founder of the museum, Frédéric Chopin Institute, began collecting exhibits as early as 1943. Today, the museum has over 5,000 of them. The Chopin museum itself was opened in 1955. Among museum collections there are numerous manuscripts, printouts, iconographic sets and other Frédéric Chopin memorabilia. It is one of the most modern museums in Warsaw and Poland in general. Foto. M. Czechowicz / NIFC
The Frederic Chopin Monument stands in the Warsaw's Royal Baths Park, near the Belwederski Palace and Aleje Ujazdowskie. The bronze monument shows the Polish composer sitting under a weeping willow tree. Its branches bend as if under the influence of a strong wind. They are arranged in the shape of a hand above Chopin's head. The author of the monument is Wacław Szymanowski - painter, sculptor and musician at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. Since 1959 Chopin music concerts featuring celebrated pianists have ...
Royal Baths or Łazienki Królewskie is the largest park in the centre of Warsaw. Łazienki are situated halfway down the Royal Route, between Royal Castle and Wilanów. On the area of 76 hectares one may find over 40 points of interest and numerous historic buildings, designed by the king Stanisław August Poniatowski’s in-court architects. Palace on the Isle, Roman Theatre, Myśliwiecki Palace or Chopin Monument are just a small selection. Łazienki Królewskie host various cultural and entertainment events, displays and e...
Tour guide, Chopin Museum guide, driver
Żelazowa Wola Museum, Pałac Ostrogskich Museum
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Usually, we organize it by Ostrogskich Palace or near Ogród Saski. It is about an hour concert by a pianist virtuoso. The group gets also a glass of champagne on arrival. It is also possible to accompany this event by dinner. Sometimes, when we are lucky it is also possible to listen to a concert in Żelazowa Wola or in Royal Baths park by the Chopin's Monument.
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