The Palace was originally built for the King John III Sobieski, who saved Poland from the Turkish in the 16th century. The building was built between the 17th century, and finished around the 19th century. It was used as a summer palace for the King. After the King's death, the palace was inherited by his sons, and later to a Royal family.
At the beginning of the 19th century, it was the first museum in Poland and displayed artifacts from Italy. Until today there is a collection of Italian items, hunting gear, photos, art pieces, original paintings, furniture, clothing, and more.
Notice the wide gardens around the palace, the traditional Baroque parts, and an English park with Japanese influences. Beyond the park are a lake, a maze, and a few decorative buildings. You are welcome to wander around, and you can rent boats and float around the lake.
Entrance into the palace begins at 3:30 pm.