Radziejowice is a charming, picturesquely located town and I guess that many families would like to own an estate here. However, since 15th century it has been the representative seat of house of Radziejowski. After many transformations, in 17th century, it became a baroque palace with a vast garden. It got its current form only in 19th century – a classicist palace with a park around. In times of its greatness it was visited by kings Jan III Sobieski, Władysław IV Vasa and Sigismund III Vasa.
In the palace, there are museum halls and temporary exhibitions. There’s also a ‘Little castle’ with kitchen along with stylish furniture and paintings. If you want to stay here for a while, there’s a tiny mansion in the park that offers 12 hotel rooms. Apart from that, you can take a walk through the alley of the ashes or the alley of the lime trees which are both on the nature monuments list.
Since 1965 the palace has served as an Artist’s Retreat.