What treasure had king Jan III buried under the famous Bartek oak?
What were the adventures of the royal jester named Józek?
Where did the saying “rozebrał się jak do rosołu" [stripped like for a broth] come from?
Answers to these and other questions will be mentioned on Saturday evening in the Wilanów palace.
Polish and Lviv legends will be an excellent opportunity for children to learn lots of interesting facts.
The main character will be king Jan III and his loyal jester Józek.
All fables will be told using the storytelling method.
At the end, children will make puppets of the iconic Lviv batiar – a royal jester.
RECIPIENTS: children above 7 years of age
WHERE: Museum of King Jan III’s Palace at Wilanów | Pump House
WHEN: 29 October 06:00 p.m. – 08:00 p.m. ENTRANCE FEE: PLN 10